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Reading Challenge Second Edition 1-3

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Contents
Phonics
Kids Coursebook
Songs
Reading
Vocabulary
Readers
Grammar
Writing
Listening
Speaking &
Conversation
Drive Series
ESP
Teacher’s Resource
Test Prep
Sounds Fun! / Writing for fun!
Sounds Great
English Chest
Songbirds
NEW Super Easy Reading
NEW Very Easy Reading
Reading Time
Reading Lamp / Reading Table / Reading Shelf
NEW Real Easy Reading
School Subject Readings/More Subject Reading
NEW Reading Starter
Reading Success
Reading Discovery
Reading Challenge
Reading for Speed and Fluency
Reading Jump/Reading Jump Plus
Reading for the Real World
Reading the World Now
NEW Issues Now in the News
Reading Formula with Note-taking
Extensive Reading for Academic Success
NEW 1000 Basic English Words
4000 Essential English Words
Young Learners Classic Readers
Compass Classic Readers
Grammar Starter
Grammar Success
Active English Grammar
Very Easy Writing
Writing Bright
Writing Starter
Write On
Essay Writing for Beginners
NEW Listening Starter
Listening Success
Listening Practice through Dictation
Listening Jump
Target Listening
Developing Listening Skills
Dynamic Listening & Speaking
Listening to the News
Speaking Time
Jazz English
Just Speak Up
Speaking by Speaking
Communicate / Motivate
NEW Hot Topics Japan
NEW Drive Series (Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing)
English for Everyday Activities /イラストでわかる日常生活の英語表現
Everyday English for Young People/English Survival English
Talk About Travel
Communicating in Bussiness English
Everyday English for Hospitality Professionals/Everyday English for Restaurant Workers
Teaching English to Young Learners
What Should Every EFL Teacher Know?
Very Easy TOEIC®/とってもかんたんTOEIC®
Starter TOEIC®
Taking the TOEIC®
Developing Skills for the TOEIC® test
TOEIC® Analyst
Target TOEIC®
Basic Skills for the TOEFL® iBT
Skills for the TOEFL® iBT
Sharpening Skills for the TOEFL® iBT
Index
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3
Super Easy
Reading 3
Second Edition
Super Easy
Reading 1
Second Edition
Super Easy
Reading 2
Second Edition
Reading
Lamp 3
Reading
Lamp 2
Reading
Lamp 1
Very Easy
Reading 4
Third Edition
Very Easy
Reading 1
Third Edition
Very Easy
Reading 2
Third Edition
Very Easy
Reading 3
Third Edition
Reading
Time 1
Reading
Time 2
Reading
Shelf 3
Reading
Shelf 2
Reading
Shelf 1
Elementary School
Reading
Table 3
Reading
Table 2
Reading
Table 1
Reading
Time 3
Third Edition 1
Reading
Starter
Third Edition 2
Reading
Starter
Third Edition 3
Reading
Starter
School
Subject
Readings 1
School
Subject
Readings 2
School
Subject
Readings 3
Second Edition
Reading
Success 1
Second Edition
Reading
Success 2
Second Edition
Reading
Success 3
Second Edition
Reading
Success 4
Second Edition
Reading
Success 5
Second Edition
Reading
Success 6
This level chart was produced by Compass Publishing Japan. このレベルチャートは弊社が独自に判断したものです。
Level
Beginning
Pre-intermediate
Intermediate
Upper-intermediate
Pre-advanced
Advanced
Upper-advanced
More School
Subject
Readings 1
More School
Subject
Readings 2
More School
Subject
Readings 3
Reading
Discovery 1
Reading
Discovery 2
Short Articles for
Reading
Comprehension 1
Short Articles for
Reading
Comprehension 2
Jr. / Senior High School
Reading
Builder 1
Reading
Builder 2
Reading
Builder 3
Reading
Discovery 3
Short Articles for
Reading
Comprehension 3
Reading
Jump plus 1
Reading
Jump plus 2
Reading
Jump plus 3
Reading
Challenge 1
Second Edition
Reading
Challenge 2
Second Edition
Reading
Challenge 3
Second Edition
Reading for the
Real World
Intro
Second Edition
Reading for the
Real World 1
Second Edition
Second Edition
Reading for the
Real World 2
Second Edition
Reading for the
Real World 3
Reading the
World Now 1
Reading the
World Now 2
Reading the
World Now 3
Best
Seller
Issues Now In
the News
Second Edition
Extensive
Reading for
Academic
Success
A, B, C, D
Junior College / University / Adult
Reading
Jump 1
Reading
Jump 2
Reading
Jump 3
Reading for
Speed and
Fluency 1
Reading for
Speed and
Fluency 2
Reading for
Speed and
Fluency 3
Reading for
Speed and
Fluency 4
Best
Seller
Compass Publishing Reading Series Level Chart
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120
TOEIC TOEFL
990
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100
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80
850
700
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60
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30
550
400
英検
1級
準1級
2級
準2級
Best
Seller
Very Easy
TOEIC®
Second Edition /
とってもかんたん
TOEIC®
Starter
TOEIC®
Third Edition
Taking the
TOEIC® 1
Taking the
TOEIC® 2
Developing
Skills for the
TOEIC® Test
Best
Seller
Best
Seller
Target
TOEIC®
Second Edition
Test Prep Series Level Chart
TOEIC®
Analyst
Second Edition
Best
Seller
Basic
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT 1
Basic
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT 2
Basic
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT 3
Beginning
Building
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT
Second Edition
Intermediate
Developing
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT
Second Edition
Advanced
Mastering
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT
Second Edition
Sharpening
Skills for the
TOEFL® iBT
Four Practice
Tests
4
Age level
Sounds Fun!
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Best Seller
Phonics for Children
1-4, Writing for Fun!
Sophie Holmes, Liana Robinson
Sounds Fun! is a four-book basic phonics series developed for elementary
learners.
Student Book with
Audio CD (1-4)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-932222-69-2
¥ 1,600
Features
• Simple and fun stories to review sounds, letters and words
• Activities to build listening, speaking and writing skills
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-932222-70-8
¥ 1,600
• 子供向けに作られたフォニックスの本です。
• レベル1はアルファベットの書き方から始まりますので、英語が初めてのお子様に最適
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-932222-71-5
¥ 1,600
Student Book 4 with Audio CD
978-1-932222-72-2
¥ 1,600
です。
• CDを聞きながらリズムに合わせて楽しく正しい発音を身に付けることができます
• チャンツ(発音練習の歌)や楽しいゲームが満載で巻末には単語のフラッシュカードも
ついています。
Writing for Fun! Student Book
Student Book
978-1-932222-80-7
• オンラインで先生のための授業ガイドがダウンロードできます。
◀
Title
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Tips & Ideas
Available
online
Resources
¥
800
Sound Fun! Phonics for
Children Student Book
Level 1
Units
Pages
Sounds Fun! 1 (Initial Sounds)
9 + 3 Reviews + 1Test
128
Sounds Fun! 2 (Short Vowels)
10 + 2 Reviews + 1Test
128
Sounds Fun! 3 (Long Vowels & Double Letter Consonants)
10 + 2 Reviews + 1Test
128
Sounds Fun! 4 (Similar Sounds)
10 + 2 Reviews + 1Test
128
Teacher’s Guide は Tips & Ideasから ダウンロード可能です。
5
Age level
Sounds Great
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Best Seller
Children’s Phonics for Reading 1-5
Anne Taylor
Features
• Easy and fun stories to review new sounds, letters, and words
• Activities to build listening, reading, and writing skills
• Fun rhyming chants following each unit for additional exposure
• Review units that include fun puzzles to solidify learning
• Hybrid CDs that included audio and computer-based components
(CD-ROM is only compatible with Windows)
• FREE downloadable Teacher’s Guide from CPJ website
Student Book with
Hybrid CD (1-5)
Workbooks (1-5)
• 子供向けに作られたレベル5まであるフォニックスの本です。
Student Book 4 with Hybrid CD
978-1-59966-580-1
¥ 1,800
Student Book 1 with Hybrid CD
978-1-59966-577-1
¥ 1,800
Student Book 2 with Hybrid CD
978-1-59966-578-8
¥ 1,800
Student Book 3 with Hybrid CD
978-1-59966-579-5
¥ 1,800
• 丁寧に進むので、母音との組み合わせや連続子音など確実に習得できます。
• 各ユニットの最後にある短いストーリーで習った音、文字、単語を復習できます。
• リスニング、
リーディング、およびライティングスキルの向上をサポートするアクティビティ
• テンポのよいチャンツ(発音練習の歌)
を各ユニットの最後に収録。
• オンラインで先生のための授業ガイドがダウンロードできます。
Single-Letter So nds
1
Aa . Bb . Cc
Lis en nd circ e he correc pic ure.
Phonics
Lis en, poin , nd repe .
1
Track
8
2
Track
6
Aa
3
ant
apple
angry
alligator
bear
baby
book
bird
Workbook 1
978-1-59966-582-5
¥
400
Workbook 2
978-1-59966-583-2
¥
400
Workbook 3
978-1-59966-584-9
¥
400
Workbook 4
978-1-59966-585-6
¥
400
Workbook 5
978-1-59966-586-3
¥
400
4
◀
Bb
1
Student Book 5 with Hybrid CD
978-1-59966-581-8
¥ 1,800
Sounds Great Children’s Phonics
for Reading Student Book
Level 1
Circ e he correc e er.
Single-Letter So nds
Aa . Bb . Cc
1
2
Single-Letter So nds
3
Aa . Bb . Cc
1
Tr ce nd wri e he e ers.
Cc
cat
c p
c t
cookie
Lis en, poin , nd repe .
Lis en nd repe
he words
in.
Track
4
a b c
a b c
Track
7
a b c
Aa
10
11
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3:34:58
Aa
SG1_1-4.indd 11
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Bb
Let’s chant! Listen, point, and repeat.
Cc
3:35:11
Bb
Track
5
M ch he e ers o he correc pic ures.
1
Aa
2
Bb
3
Cc
Cc
8
9
SG1_1-4.indd 8
FreeMP3
Tips & Ideas
Available
online
3:34:37
SG1_1-4.indd 9
Title
Resources
3:34:51
Units
Pages
8
88
Sounds Great 2-5
8
86
Sounds Great Workbook 1
8
44
Sounds Great Workbook 2-5
8
40
Teacher’s Guide は Tips & Ideasから ダウンロード可能です。
6
2011-12-21
Sounds Great 1
Sample Page
Answer Key
2011-12-21
Workbook
Provides additional practice for reading
and writing the letters and sounds that
students have learned.
Hybrid CDs (Audio CD/CD-ROM)
Games
Sounds
Words
Flash Cards
Sounds Great Readers
New
Sounds Great Readers
Sounds Great Readers 1
The Baby’s Cup with Audio CD
978-1-59966-621-1
¥ 1,200
Sounds Great Readers 2
Six Robots with Audio CD
978-1-59966-622-8
¥ 1,200
Sounds Great Readers 3
Dave the Cop with Audio CD
978-1-59966-623-5
¥ 1,200
Sounds Great Readers 4
Frog and Crab with Audio CD
978-1-59966-624-2
¥ 1,200
Sounds Great graded readers are also effective on
their own for general phonics reading practice.
Also
Available!
Sounds Great Readers 5
A Day at the Beach with Audio CD
978-1-59966-625-9
¥ 1,200
Working Towards Fluency!
As an accompaniment to the student books, each Sounds Great graded
reader provides additional practice to ensure students can recognize and
pronounce phonics correctly. Each reader contains four stories related to the
content and skills developed throughout the series.
7
Age level
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
English Chest 1-6
Liana Robinson, Series Editor David Paul
Captivating and challenging, English Chest is a children’s curriculum
designed specifically for young EFL students. This six-level comprehensive
language program is a fresh and interesting way for beginner students to
study English. Throughout the series, students will advance from simple
phrases to complex sentences with ease and comfort. As the name
suggests, English Chest is a treasure-trove for teachers and students alike.
Each lesson of English Chest includes conversations, stories, language
builders, songs, games, and activities specifically developed to improve
reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. The wide variety of exercises
guarantees that students of all learning styles will find entertainment and
satisfaction.
Student Book with Audio CD (1-6)
Workbook (1-6)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
¥ 1,600
978-1-59966-384-5
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
¥ 1,600
978-1-59966-385-2
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
¥ 1,600
978-1-59966-386-9
Student Book 4 with Audio CD
¥ 1,600
978-1-59966-387-6
Student Book 5 with Audio CD
¥ 1,600
978-1-59966-388-3
Student Book 6 with Audio CD
¥ 1,600
978-1-59966-389-0
• English Chest は可愛い登場キャラクターと一緒に楽しく、夢中になって英語を学習で
きるコースブックです。4スキルをカバーしたゲーム、
グループアクティビティー、歌な
どが満載。
• シリーズを通して、子供たちは簡単なフレーズから難しい文章まで、楽しく進めていくこ
とができます。
• 別売でTeacher s BookとWorkbookも用意しました。
Track 4
Kids Coursebook
E. Look and say.
Toot! Toot!
My name is Tony.
’m a train.
have toys!
have dolls!
have balls!
Toot! Toot! Dolls!
Toot! Toot! Balls!
_____ ___________ is Holly.
¥
700
Workbook 4
978-1-59966-393-7
¥
700
Workbook 5
978-1-59966-394-4
¥
700
Workbook 6
978-1-59966-395-1
¥
700
Teacher’s Guide 4 with CD-Rom
¥ 2,300
978-1-59966-506-1
Teacher’s Guide 5 with CD-Rom
¥ 2,300
978-1-59966-507-8
H. Match and trace.
2.
Teacher’s Guide 6 with CD-Rom
¥ 2,300
978-1-59966-508-5
1.
Max / Eric
700
Teacher’s Guide 3 with CD-Rom
¥ 2,300
978-1-59966-505-4
2. The train has (dolls and balls / girls and boys).
Track 3
1.
¥
Workbook 3
978-1-59966-392-0
Teacher’s Guide 2 with CD-Rom
¥ 2,300
978-1-59966-504-7
1. Tony is a (train / doll).
F. Picture prompts.
700
Teacher’s Guide 1 with CD-Rom
¥ 2,300
978-1-59966-503-0
_____ am Ben.
What’s your name?
My name is _________________. / am ( ’m) _________________.
¥
Workbook 2
978-1-59966-391-3
Teacher’s Guide with CD-Rom
(1-6)
G. Read and circle.
What’s your name?
Workbook 1
978-1-59966-390-6
2.
eff / Amy
3.
3.
Track 2
C. Talk, listen, and read.
Katie / Rachel
14 Unit 1 Lesson 1
Look!
Track 1
15
A. Listen and number.
EC1_U1_SB.indd 14
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English Chest
Student Book
Level 1
6:01:47
EC1_U1_SB.indd 15
2011-03-23
6:01:50
▶
Katie
Eric
doll
train
1
Amy
My name is Eric.
Hi, what’s your name?
ball
’m Amy.
My name is Katie.
B. Ask and answer.
What’s your name?
1.
2.
What’s your name?
D. Trace and write your name.
1.
2.
3.
’m enny.
My name is Tom.
What’s = What is
name is
’m = am
Amy.
is
Katie.
12 Unit 1 Lesson 1
13
EC1_U1_SB.indd 12
Title
Sample Page
English Chest 1-6
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
8
2011-03-23
6:01:33
EC1_U1_SB.indd 13
2011-03-23
6:01:42
Units
Pages
12
88
Age level
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Songbirds
Songbirds 125 Favorite Children’s Songs
Songbirds 125 Favorite Children’s
Songs Second Edition
Second Edition
This comprehensive collection of 125 children’s songs is conveniently
organized into five themes. The audio CDs contain many familiar tunes
including classroom songs, nursery rhymes, folk songs, and sing-alongs.
• 英語圏で親しまれている子供向けの歌を125曲収録しました。
Song Book with Audio CD
978-1-59966-515-3
Songbirds Actions, Games &
Activities
Activity Book
978-1-59966-516-0
Songbirds Actions, Games & Activities
Out of 125 songs, 72 are accompanied by actions, games and activities that
will keep children engaged and help them acquire a deeper connection with
the lyrics.
¥ 1,900
¥ 1,500
Songbirds 25 Favorite Christmas
Carols Second Edition
Song Book with Audio CD
978-1-59966-567-2
¥ 1,500
• 125 Favorite Children s Songsに入っている125曲のうち、72曲に合わせたアクティビテ
ィやゲームが収録されています。
Songbirds 25 Favorite Christmas Carols
Second Edition
Out of 25 songs, four are accompanied by games and activities that will keep
children engaged and help them acquire a deeper connection with the lyrics.
Whether at home or in the classroom, the Songbirds series will provide
hours of music and fun!
Song
• クリスマスキャロルコレクションにはクリスマスに聴きたい25曲を集めました。
• うち4曲にアクティビティやゲームがついています。
• 教室やご家庭でのクリスマスパーティーにぴったりの一冊です
CD-1
Track 2
1. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
◀
Songbirds 125 Favorite Children’s Songs
Second Edition
1. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star
Nature - 1
Action
CD-1
1. Twinkle, twinkle
2. little star
3. How I wonder what
you are!
Wave your hands to the
right.
Wave your hands to the
left.
Wave your hands from
top to bottom.
4. Up above the
5. world so high,
6. Like a diamond
Point to the sky with
one hand.
Point up with the other
hand.
Make a diamond shape
in the air.
7. in the sky,
8. Twinkle, twinkle little star,
How I wonder what you are!
Track 3
2. Row, Row, Row Your Boat
10 …… Songbirds
Point to the sky by one
hand.
Songbirds Actions, Games & Activities
▶
Repeat 1, 2, 3.
10 …… Songbirds
9
Age level
New
Edition
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Super Easy Reading
Secound Edition 1-3
Best Seller
Andrea Janzen, Hieram Weintraub
Features
• Integrative skill approach
• Fun rhyming chants and story animations
• Mini-picture dictionary for new words
• Recycling of vocabulary to reinforce sight word recognition
• Hybrid CD for the multimedia lessons
Student Book with
Hybrid CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-512-8
¥ 1,600
Student Book 2 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-513-5
¥ 1,600
Student Book 3 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-514-2
¥ 1,600
• 人気リーディング教材の改訂版 。
• 初めて英語のリーディングをするお子様にもシンプルで楽しく学べる教材です。
• 内容や構成に大きな変更はありませんが、イラストが小さなお子様にもさらにわかりや
すくなり、1レベル20ユニットから16ユニットになりました。
• 付属のHybrid CDでは、CDプレイヤーで音声を聴くだけでなく、パソコンで再生すると
本文のチャンツ動画がご覧いただけます
• リスニングやライティングのアクティビティもあります。
Phonics
Song
Story Animation
Hybrid CD includes a fun animated story for each level.
Chant Animation
Each unit includes an animated chant for additional practice.
Sample Page
10
Answer Key
Resources
Tips & Ideas
Available
online
Title
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
Super Easy Reading 1
16
72
30
Super Easy Reading 2
16
72
40
Super Easy Reading 3
16
72
50
◀
Super Easy Reading
Secound Edition Level 1
11
Age level
New
Edition
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Very Easy Reading Third Edition 1-4
Casey Malarcher , Anne Taylor
Features
• Pre-reading, speaking, and vocabulary activities
• Fun chants to practice pronunciation and intonation
• Comprehension and mind mapping activities
• Repeated recycling of vocabulary
• A mind map activity to support recall and visualization of the reading
• Writing activities as wrap-up in each unit
Student Book with
Hybrid CD (1-4)
• 小学生向けリーディング教材の第3版がでました。
Student Book 4 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-518-0
¥ 1,700
Student Book 1 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-515-9
¥ 1,700
Student Book 2 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-516-6
¥ 1,700
Student Book 3 with Hybrid CD
978-1-61352-517-3
¥ 1,700
• 内容や構成は第1版と変更はありませんが、
イラストが小さなお子様にもさらにわか
りやすくなり、1レベル20ユニットから16ユニットになりました。
• 付属のHybrid CDでは、CDプレイヤーで音声を聴くだけでなく、パソコンで再生すると
本文のチャンツ動画がご覧いただけます。
• ストーリーの前後にリスニングやライティングのアクティビティがあり、
リーディング以
外の技能も身に付けられます。
Very Easy Reading
Third Edition Level 1
Reading
◀
Sample Page
12
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Word List
Available
online
Title
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
Very Easy Reading Third Edition 1
16
88
40
Very Easy Reading Third Edition 2
16
88
50
Very Easy Reading Third Edition 3
16
88
55
Very Easy Reading Third Edition 4
16
88
65
Age level
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Reading Time 1-3
Jenna Myers
Features
• Full-color illustrations and photographs
• Accompanying audio recordings
• Activities for reading, listening, speaking, and writing
• Wide variety of fiction and nonfiction topics
• Progressive exercises to promote fluency in English
• Free downloadable answer keys, worksheets and quizzes
Student Book with Audio CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-144-5
¥ 1,800
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-145-2
¥ 1,800
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-146-9
¥ 1,800
• この本で基礎的なリーディングをこなすことにより語彙力を上げ、
ライティング能力も伸
ばすことができます。
• フィクションとノンフィクションの両方のお話を載せています。
• 各ユニットには、4技能全てに有効なエクササイズを用意しています。
• 英語を楽しく上達できるように、文法、語彙およびパッセージの長さなど、様々な工夫がさ
れています。
◀
Reading Questions
Let’s Practice!
Choose the correct answers.
1. How is the weather?
a. Hot
c. Cool
Reading Time
Level 1
Match each beginning to the correct ending.
b. Cold
d. Warm
2. What does the frog say?
a. Quack! Quack!
c. Ribbit! Ribbit!
b. Moo! Moo!
d. Purr! Purr!
3. The frog is not hot _____!
a. under
c. pond
b. anymore
d. grass
1. I lie
•
•
a. a big tree.
2. There is
•
•
b. hot now!
3. I hop into
•
•
c. on the grass.
4. I am not
•
•
d. the water.
Let’s Listen!
Fill in the blanks with the correct words.
G Why are you 1__________________ the tree?
B I’m too 2__________________!
G Yes, the sun is very 3__________________.
Let’s Do It!
B I know! Let’s swim!
Order the pictures from a-e.
1.
2.
G OK! Let’s 4___________ into the 5___________!
3.
B Yes! The 6__________________ is very cool.
Now practice the dialog with a classmate.
4.
Let’s Describe It!
5.
1. She / grass. / lies / the / on
____________________________________________
A Hot Day
U
1
Unscramble each sentence.
T
N
I
2. pond. / are / the / There / in / ducks
2
____________________________________________
A Hot Day
3. hops / The / water. / dog / the / into
Warm-up Questions
____________________________________________
•
What animal is this?
•
What color is it?
•
How is the weather? Is
7
3
I am very hot.
The sun is bright.
I lie on the grass.
It is hot, not cool.
Ribbit! Ribbit!
I am very hot.
There is a big tree.
I sit under the tree.
It is hot, not cool.
Ribbit! Ribbit!
I am very hot!
There is a pond.
I hop into the water.
It is not hot.
It is very cool.
I am not hot anymore!
Ribbit! Ribbit! I am happy!
8
it hot?
Let’s Write!
Write the words in the blanks.
grass
1.
pond
2.
__________
hop
3.
__________
anymore
cool
lie
4.
__________
bright
__________
under
5. The weather is not hot ___________.
Main Idea
6. Look ___________ your bed for the game.
Choose the main idea.
7. The weather is very ___________.
a. Swimming in a pond
b. Being cool and happy
8. The sun is ___________.
c. Being hot and happy
d. Sitting under a tree
5
Title
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
Reading Time 1
20
88
65
Reading Time 2
20
88
75
Reading Time 3
20
88
85
Sample Page
Answer Key
Tips & Ideas
FreeMP3
Word List
Worksheet
Available
online
6
13
Age level
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Reading Lamp 1-3,
Reading Table 1-3, Reading Shelf 1-3
Casey Malarcher
Reading Lamp (1-3)
Features
• Thematically paired fiction & nonfiction topics keep students interested
• Audio CD including recordings of all passages for listening / read-along
• Pull-out full-color workbook in every book
• Recycling of high-frequency vocabulary helps students master these
important words
• 各タイトル3レベルずつあり、Reading LampからReading Table、
そしてReading
Shelfの順に内容が難しくなっています。
• 初めてのリーディングに最適な本書は、家族や動物、健康など様々なフィクションとノ
ンフィクションのストーリーが交互に収録され、読んで新しいことを知る喜びを教えて
くれる一冊です。
• 初級レベルの方に適量の新出単語が繰り返し出てくるので、苦にならずに英単語や文
の構造パターンを身に付けることができます。
• 取り外し可能なワークブックや、オーディオCDも付属されているので、
これ一冊でさま
ざまなスキルを伸ばすことができます。
Student Book 1 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-509-2
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-510-8
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-511-5
¥ 1,900
Reading Table (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-512-2
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-513-9
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-514-6
¥ 1,900
Reading Shelf (1-3)
Reading
Student Book 1 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-606-8
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-607-5
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with Workbook and
Audio CD
978-1-59966-608-2
¥ 1,900
◀
Reading Lamp
Level 1
Title
Units
Pages
Workbook
Reading Lamp 1
20
90
43 pages
Reading Lamp 2
20
90
43 pages
Reading Lamp 3
20
90
43 pages
Sample Page
Answer Key
Word List
14
FreeMP3
Transcript
Available online
Assessments
Tips & Ideas
Title
Word List
FreeMP3
Transcript
Available online
Assessments
Tips & Ideas
Reading Table
Level 1
◀
Reading Shelf
Level 1
Units
Pages
Workbook
Reading Table 1
20
90
43 pages
Reading Table 2
20
90
43 pages
Reading Table 3
20
90
43 pages
Reading Shelf 1
20
90
43 pages
Reading Shelf 2
20
90
43 pages
Reading Shelf 3
20
90
43 pages
Sample Page
Answer Key
◀
15
Age level
New
Edition
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Real Easy Reading Second Edition 1-3
Moraig Macgillivray, Alexandria Williams, Craig Stevens
Student Book Second Edition with
Workbook & Audio CD(1-3)
Features
• Designed to equip young learners of English with necessary skills for the
challenges of nonfiction readings
• Pre-reading activities designed to actively engage readers
• Vocabulary comprehension and recognition exercises
• Accompanying audio recording for reading along and listening activities
• Integrated speaking activities to recycle vocabulary
• Accompanying workbook at the back of each book
Student Book 1 with
Workbook & Audio CD
978-1-61352-447-3
¥ 1,850
Student Book 2 with
Workbook & Audio CD
978-1-61352-448-0
¥ 1,850
Student Book 3 with
Workbook & Audio CD
978-1-61352-449-7
¥ 1,850
• リーディングの内容は自然や文化などすべてノンフィクションで子供の好奇心をくすぐ
ります。
• 単語のエクササイズが豊富で、
シリーズを通して繰り返し利用されているので、語彙力
を高めることが出来ます。
Reading
• 取り外し可能なワークブックが付いています。
◀
Sample Page
Answer Key
Transcript
16
FreeMP3
Tips & Ideas
Available online
Title
Real Easy Reading
Second Edition
Level 1
Units
Pages
Workbook
Real Easy Reading 1
12
72
28 pages
Real Easy Reading 2
12
72
28 pages
Real Easy Reading 3
12
72
28 pages
Age level
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
School Subject Readings 1-3,
More School Subject Readings 1-3
David V. Kimel
Features
• Pre-reading questions designed to actively engage readers
• Key vocabulary accompanied by definitions
• Reading passages that get progressively longer and more difficult
• Reading & vocabulary comprehension questions that include puzzles,
categorizing & sequencing exercises
• Unit summaries that reinforce comprehension & writing skills
• Full-color photographs that help students relate to the content
School Subject Readings with
Audio CD (1-3)
• フィクションストーリーやノンフィクションの文化、健康、社会、歴史や科学など、多様な
More School Subject Readings
with Audio CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-377-7
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-378-4
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-379-1
¥ 1,900
分野から初級者にもわかりやすい身近な内容を採用しています。
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-374-6
¥ 1,900
• この本では、単語や読解のエクササイズを通して、4技能全てを伸ばしていくことが可
能です。
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-375-3
¥ 1,900
• ユニットの最後には、要約を書くエクササイズがあり、
ライティングと読解力を強化す
るのにとても効果的です。
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-376-0
¥ 1,900
• More School Subject Readingではレベルが上がり、パラグラフを意識したリーディン
グ問題や、内容に関する様々なMappingのエクササイズを用意。
Reading
◀
Mika is Sick
School Subject Readings
Level 1
Track 1
Dear Gina,
I am sorry, we cannot shop today. I don’t feel well. I
am sick. My head hurts. My body shakes because I
have the chills. I have to stay in bed. I can’t go outside.
It is cold and there is too much snow. My dad said,
“Mika, don’t go outside. Stay home and keep warm!”
The doctor said, “Don’t go to school! Stay in bed.”
Pre-Reading
Look at the picture and answer the questions.
You should stay home too and keep warm. We can go
shopping tomorrow. We can play tomorrow.
1. What do you see in the picture?
2. When was the last time you were sick?
3. What do you do when you are sick?
Your friend,
Mika
Practice: New Words
Match the word with the correct picture or meaning.
1.
I shop for food on Tuesdays.
2.
The wind shakes the trees.
3.
He cannot play outside today. He is sick.
4.
It is sunny and warm today.
‫ډ‬
‫ ڊ‬a little hot
Understanding Pronouns
What do the pronouns refer to?
Pre-Reading
1. What is your favorite type of candy?
2. What kind of candy do you see in the picture?
3. Do you know when the first chocolate bar was made?
‫ڌ‬
Track 1
D
X
popular
liked by many people
X
chocolate
bar
a rectangle of chocolate
X
factory
More School Subject
Readings Level 1
▶
1.
1.
‫ ڋ‬to move back
and forth
quickly
7
Use the clues to complete the crossword puzzle.
Look at the picture and answer the questions.
a building where things are
made
X
package
something that is packed and
wrapped or boxed
X
international
worldwide
The word My refers to
3.
refers to
.
3. The word We
refers to
.
o you like to eat chocolate? Chocolate is one of the
world’s most popular foods. Nowadays, people
from all over the world eat chocolate. People spend
over 10 billion dollars on it every year. In the US,
people eat over 1.4 billion pounds of chocolate every
year. That’s a lot of chocolate!
Chocolate comes from the seeds of cacao trees. Cacao
trees first grew in South America. Today you can find
them all over the world. Thousands of years ago,
people in Mexico loved chocolate so much that, at
times, they used it as money or for trade. They even
had a god of chocolate named Ek-Chuah. Every year,
they killed dogs and sang special songs to make
Ek-Chuah happy.
2.
3. from around the world
4. liked by most people
5. something that is
wrapped or boxed
4.
DOWN
8
1. a rectangle of candy
2. buildings where things
are made
5.
A. What would be the best title for the passage?
a. The Wonderful Cacao Tree
b. The Story of Chocolate
c. Candy from Around the World
d. Chocolate in Mexico and England
Did you know that long ago, people liked
to drink chocolate? They didn’t eat
it. In 1847, a man in
England, named Joseph
Fry, made the first
chocolate bar. After that,
people started to eat chocolate
instead of just drinking it.
B. Choose the main idea of each paragraph. One choice will NOT be used.
Almost half of the world’s cacao trees are found in
West Africa. In fact, 70% of the world’s cacao bean
supply is from here. Furthermore, factories in Holland
and the US cook and package most of the world’s
chocolate. It is really an international food!
1.
The 1st paragraph
2.
The 2nd paragraph
3.
The 3rd paragraph
4.
The 4th paragraph
a. People grow, cook, and package
chocolate in many different countries.
b. Chocolate is one of the world’s most
popular foods.
c. People in Mexico used chocolate in
many ways thousands of years ago.
d. Chocolate is not healthy to eat in large
amounts.
e. People usually drank chocolate in
Europe until Joseph Fry invented the
chocolate bar.
6
7
Title
Sample Page
School Subject Readings 1-3
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
ACROSS
.
2. The word You
Title
More School Subject Readings 1-3
Units
Pages
20
86
Part
Units
Pages
10
20
88
17
Age level
New
Edition
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14
Reading Starter Third Edition 1-3
John Thomas, Kelli Ripatti
Features
• Activities for reading, listening, speaking & writing
• Various reading genres
• Audio recording of listening activities
Student Book Third Edition with
Workbook and Audio CD (1-3)
Student Book 1
with Workbook and Audio CD
978-1-61352-557-9
¥ 1,800
• 子供たちの興味を引きやすいようなフィクションのお話、手紙、
日記、
グラフ、新聞の記事
など、様々な形態の読みものを用意しています。
• 各パッセージに4スキル全てのレベルアップを助けるエクササイズもあります。
Student Book 2
with Workbook and Audio CD
978-1-61352-558-6
¥ 1,800
• 各ユニットに、
リーディング能力を鍛えるコンプリヘンションとボキャブラリー問題やリス Student Book 3
with Workbook and Audio CD
ニングコンプリヘンション、
スピーキング能力を伸ばすダイアログなどがあります。
978-1-61352-559-3
• 丁寧に進んでいくので、楽しく確実に英語を学習できます。
Reading Starter
Third Edition
Level 1
Reading
◀
Sample Page
Answer Key
Worksheet
Available online
18
Units
Pages
Workbook
Reading Starter Third Edition 1
16
84
36 pages
Reading Starter Third Edition 2
16
84
36 pages
Reading Starter Third Edition 3
16
84
36 pages
Title
¥ 1,800
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading Success Second Edition 1-6
Ken Methold, Pieter Koster
Features
• Texts in styles including stories, diaries, letters, dialogs, speeches,
advertisements, charts, and graphs
• Carefully controlled vocabulary and grammar to allow beginning to
intermediate students to practice reading texts at a comfortable level
• Vocabulary and reading comprehension exercises to help students
develop reading fluency and strategic reading skills
• Model summary passages for further practice of key vocabulary and
writing English words
• シリーズ全6冊は初級から中級レベルまであります。
• フィクションのストーリーや、
日常生活から時事問題まで幅広く取り入れたノンフィクシ
ョンのトピックを掲載
Student Book with MP3 CD (1-6)
Student Book 1 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-600-6
¥ 1,800
Student Book 2 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-601-3
¥ 1,800
Student Book 3 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-602-0
¥ 1,800
Student Book 4 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-603-7
¥ 1,900
Student Book 5 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-604-4
¥ 1,900
Student Book 6 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-605-1
¥ 1,900
• 各トピックの内容は興味深く、あらゆるジャンルの背景知識を増やしていくことが出来
るので、
さらに上級レベルを目指す学習者に最適です。
◀
Sample Page
Title
Reading Success Second Edition 1-6
Answer Key
Reading Success
Second Edition
Level 1
Units
Pages
40
84
FreeMP3
Available online
19
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading Discovery 1-3
Casey Malarcher, Andrea Janzen
Features
• Interesting nonfiction passages carefully designed for timed readings
• Topic-related audio recordings with listening activities included
• Teacher’s guide with sample lesson plan and teaching tips
• Vocabulary preview in each unit to enhance word recognition
• 中級者向けのリーディング教材ですが、同時にライティング、
リスニングとスピーキング
も練習できる。
Student Book with MP3 CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-615-0
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-616-7
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-617-4
¥ 1,900
• 文化、科学や芸術など幅広いノンフィクションの内容は学生の好奇心を刺激し、あらゆ
る背景知識を蓄積可能です。
• 要約やノートをとる練習、
また自分の意見を書くなど、少しレベルの高いエクササイズ
が生徒の英語力のアップを図ります。
Reading Discovery
Level 1
Reading
◀
Title
Units
Pages
Reading Discovery 1
20
148
Reading Discovery 2
20
148
Reading Discovery 3
20
148
Sample Page
20
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Transcript
Available
online
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading Challenge Second Edition 1-3
Casey Malarcher, Andrea Janzen
Features
• Nonfiction passages accessible to low-proficiency readers
• Exercises designed to develop reading skills and basic vocabulary
• Common idiomatic expressions incorporated within each passage
• Extension activities that allow students further reflection on the topic
• Audio supplements to accompany each unit
• Exercises involving listening, speaking, & writing
Student Book with Audio CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-529-0
¥ 1,800
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-530-6
¥ 1,800
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-531-3
¥ 1,800
• 中上級者向けに作られた、様々な分野をカバーしたノンフィクションのリーディング教材
です。
• 本文の読解を手助けする注釈付きの単語リストや日常的によく使われるわかりやすいイ
ディオムリストが読者の語彙力をアップさせます。
• 要約を書く練習、
リスニング問題、
ディスカッションやライティングエクササイズがあるの
で4スキルを磨くことができます。
• 本文とリスニングエクササイズを収録したCD付き
• ページに書かれたURLをインターネットで入力するとオンラインで日本語字幕の確認や
本文の単語の穴埋めなどが学習できます。
◀
Title
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Word List
Available
online
Resources
Reading Challenge
Second Edition
Level 1
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
Reading Challenge Second Edition 1
20
128
200
Reading Challenge Second Edition 2
20
128
300
Reading Challenge Second Edition 3
20
128
450
21
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading for
Speed and Fluency 1-4
Best Seller
Paul Nation, Casey Malarcher
Although many English language learners are able to comprehend basic texts,
they still face the obstacle of reading far below the optimal rate. Research
suggests that 250 words per minute is the target reading speed for fluent
second language reading. In order to develop their reading speed, students
need to practice reading at an accelerated pace with texts that have little or
no new vocabulary that might slow them down. For this reason, Compass
Publishing has developed the Reading for Speed and Fluency series, a fourbook series for individual or classroom use to practice accelerated reading.
Student Book (1-4)
Student Book 1
978-1-59966-100-1
¥ 1,780
Student Book 2
978-1-59966-101-8
¥ 1,780
Student Book 3
978-1-59966-102-5
¥ 1,780
Student Book 4
978-1-59966-103-2
¥ 1,780
• 円滑に第二言語を読む場合、1分間に250語が目標となるリサーチ結果もあります。
こ
の本は、生徒が途中で難しい単語につまずかず、
より速く読めるように、あえて難しい単語
は使っていません。
• 読解問題はすべて選択問題です。本文の要旨や内容、単語の意味を問う問題など、正しく
理解できているか確かめられます。読む速度も速くなるのでTOEICやTOEFLなどのリーデ
ィング対策にも最適です。
• トピックは、動物、
自然、科学などすべてノンフィクションです。
• 巻末に付いている表にリーディング時間を記録できるようになっています。
自分の成果が
目で確認できるので、生徒のやる気を促進させます。 • 短い時間で出来るので、通学の合間や授業の始めのちょっとした時間に最適です
Reading
Phonics
Features:
• Preview activities provide exposure to vocabulary and content
• Multiple-choice questions enable students to self-monitor comprehension
• Progress charts allow students to graphically record their personal reading
speed development
• Reading passages throughout each level are of similar length and difficulty
• Photos help students relate to the content
• Free downloadable supplemental audio recordings
◀
Reading for Speed and Fluency
Level 1
Eight thematically arranged chapters keep students
interested in the content
生徒が内容に興味を持てるようなテーマ別に分かれた8つの章。
Each chapter contains five related passages to enable
students to become progressively more familiar with the
content and vocabulary.
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
22
Title
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
Reading for Speed and Fluency 1-2
40
120
300
Reading for Speed and Fluency 3-4
40
120
400
Activities at the beginning of each
chapter activate students’
background knowledge on each
chapter’s theme.
各チャプターの初めにあるアクティビティが、
リーディングの内容理解を促進させます。
Difficult vocabulary introduced
before reading the passages
allow students to read quickly.
止まらず速く読めるよう、難しい単語はリーデ
ィングの前に紹介されています。
New vocabulary is introduced
through photographs and
classroom interaction.
新しい単語は写真でわかりやすく表示されて
います。
Questions relating to the information in
the passage ensure students’
comprehension remains high as their
reading speed increases.
パッセージ(一節)の内容に関する質問、
リーディン
グの速度が早くなるに従って学習者の理解度が高
まるよう作っています。
Reading passages throughout each
book are almost exactly the same
length to allow students to see their
reading speed increase.
読む速度が速くなるか確認できるよう、各本それぞ
れのパッセージの長さは、ほぼ同じになっています。
Photographs help students relate to the
reading passage’s content.
写真は、
リーディングのパッセージの内容を理解す
るのに役立ちます。
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Reading for Speed and Fluency Level 1
23
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading Jump 1-3,
Reading Jump Plus 1-3
Casey Malarcher
Features
Student Book
• Informative reading passages structured in familiar organizational
patterns
• Limited target vocabulary items per unit that increase in number for higher
level books
• Writing-based comprehension questions to develop learners’ skills
•
•
•
•
Reading Jump Student Book
with Audio CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-626-6
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-627-3
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-628-0
¥ 1,900
Workbook
Multiple vocabulary exercises alternating throughout each book
Additional comprehension checks to reinforce vocabulary acquisition and
general understanding
Dictation activities to build students’ listening skills
Reading Jumpは中級者向け、Reading Jump Plusは上級者向けのリーディングシリ
Reading Jump Plus Student Book
with Audio CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-629-7
¥ 1,900
Student Book 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-630-3
¥ 1,900
Student Book 3 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-631-0
¥ 1,900
ーズです。
• エンターテイメント、
アー ト、健康、
スポーツ、環境問題、科学、社会科学、世界の人々、
文化、
自然、歴史など幅広いトピックを網羅しています。
• 重要単語や内容の確認、要約ができるようになっていますので、
しっかり内容を理解し
て学習を進めていくことが可能です。
Reading
• 取り外しができるワークブックではユニットごとの単語と読解の問題、
またディクテーシ
ョン問題を完備しています
UNIT
1
Comprehension Check
Summary
Choose the best answer.
Fill in the blanks with the correct words from below.
1. What is the main topic of the passage?
a. The way science fiction films have changed
b. The movie Avatar
c. The year the first science fiction film was made
d. The length of science fiction films
Old science fiction 1 ________________ are different from new films.
black
films
color
sound
◀
Reading Jump
Level 1
computers
Old films were in 2 ________________ and white. New films are in
3
2. What are science fiction films usually about?
a. Aliens, machines, and planets
b. Wood, metal, and paint
c. Machines, science, and the UNIT
future
d. Spaceships and the moon
________________. Also, old f ilms had no 4 ________________ and
made monsters with wood, paint, and metal. New films have sound
and make monsters with 5 ________________.
1
3. How old is the movie The Trip to the Moon?
a. Over 100 years old
b. Less than 100 years old
c. 100 years old
d. The passage doesn’t say.
Science Fiction: Old Films, New Films
Warm-Up
Discuss and answer the questions.
1. How will the world change in 20 years?
2. How will new machines change our lives?
4. What is TRUE of old science fiction movies?
a. They were very long.
b. They were black and white.
c. They were loud.
d. They were shown on special screens.
Track
1
Science f iction is a special type of movie. These f ilms are
usually about subjects like machines, science, and the future.
They are about new ideas. These new ideas may change our
standards of living.
Writing
The first science fiction film, The Trip to the Moon, is over a
Answer these questions.
hundred years old. It was made in 1902. It is in black and white
1. When was the first science fiction film made?
and has no sound. In the f ilm, scientists
_____________________________________________________________
shoot themselves into the air. They travel
to the moon, meet aliens, and return
2. What are science fiction films about?
home. In The Trip to the Moon, people
_____________________________________________________________
used paint, wood, and metal to make
3. How were the spaceships made in The Trip to the the
Moon?
aliens, spaceships, and planets.
Avatar is a new science fiction
_____________________________________________________________
film. It was made in 2009. Avatar
has color and sound. In Avatar,
people used computers to draw
the aliens, machines, and planets.
New films are longer
11 than old
f ilms. Avatar and other new
f ilms are shown on special
screens in 3D.
5
10
5. Which is NOT a feature of new science fiction movies?
a. Can be seen in 3D
b. Made with computers
c. Made in color
d. Has no sound
Science Fiction:
Old Films, New Films
10
Vocabulary Preview
15
20
Write each vocabulary word next to its meaning.
machine
future
type
travel
standard
1. ________________ a non-living object that performs tasks
2. ________________ an example of something; a sort of something
TIME LIMIT 01:00
READING TIME ______ minutes ______ seconds
151 words
3. ________________ the point in time that will occur after the present
12
4. ________________ go to visit
planet: a large, rocky ball that circles a star
5. ________________ levels of how good something is
8
Title
Units
Pages
Reading Jump 1-3
20
108
Reading Jump Plus 1-3
20
126
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
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9
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading for the
Real World Second Edition Intro-3
Eric Prochaska, Anne Taylor, Casey Malarcher, Andrea Janzen, Adam Worcester,
Moraig Macgillivray, Tonia Peters, Barbara Graber, Peggy Babcock, Kayang Gagiano
Features
• Readings have been revised and updated to include current world events
and issues to provide insight into topics beyond the classroom
• Reading exercises designed to hone comprehension skills targeting
recognition of main ideas, specific details, and implied information
• Activities also encourage reading, writing, and speaking skills
• Various types of summary activities prepare students to effectively
summarize readings concisely
Student Book with MP3 CD (1-3)
Student Book Intro with MP3 CD
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• よどみなく読み、正しく理解する力を向上させるためのシリーズです。
• 幅広い分野のトピックをカバーしているので、様々な背景知識やアカデミックなリーデ
ィングに頻出する単語を身に付けることができます。
• 各ユニットにはリーディングに対する読解の選択問題、英作文、要約を完成させる問
題、そして単語のアクティビティがあります。
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37
38
40
41
51
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expect --- to guess; to consider likely
respondent --- a person who answers a survey
minimal --- low; of the smallest amount
common --- usual; occurring frequently
check --- to mark
widely --- over a large range or area
cross one’s fingers --- to put the second finger over the first finger
◀
R eading Comprehension
Reading for the Real World
Second Edition Level 1
A Mark each statement as either true (T) or false (F) according to the
reading.
1. ____ The majority of people said they do not believe in bad luck.
2. ____ None of the non-believers think four-leaf clovers are lucky.
3. ____ It is bad luck to climb a ladder.
older people in the survey. For people between the ages of eighteen and twenty30
4. ____ Few people thought that breaking a mirror was bad luck.
four taking the survey, 64 percent claimed to be at least a little superstitious. But
for seniors 65 and older, only 30 percent admitted to believing any superstitions.
B Choose the best answer.
It might be expected that people with more education would be less
1. Which of the following would bring bad luck?
superstitious, but results from the survey indicated almost equal numbers of
a.
b.
c.
d.
believers between those with and without college degrees. Of those survey
35
respondents who never finished or only finished high school, 42 percent
reported being at least a little superstitious. For those with a college education,
2. Which of these good-luck traditions was most commonly followed by
non-believers?
47 percent claimed the same minimal level of belief.
In the survey, ten common superstitions were listed for the people who
a.
b.
c.
d.
responded. Of these superstitions, five were related to good luck and five to bad
40
luck. Respondents were then asked to check the ones they believed. Of the
superstitions in the list, good-luck superstitions were more widely held. The top
superstitions related to good luck that most people followed “very much” were
Avoiding black cats
Kissing under mistletoe
Knocking on wood
Picking up money
3. Who would be most likely to admit being superstitious?
picking four-leaf clovers (79 percent), knocking on wood (72 percent), picking up
a. A nineteen-year-old, female, college student
b. A thirty-year-old, male, high school drop-out
c. A forty-year-old, male, college graduate
d. A seventy-year-old, female, college graduate
pennies (70 percent), and crossing fingers for luck (59 percent). Of the bad-luck
45
A cracked mirror
Crossed fingers
Money on the street
Walking under mistletoe
superstitions, the most common belief was that breaking a mirror
brought bad luck (82 percent). Other bad luck superstitions
6
listed in the survey included seeing black cats, walking under
ladders, seeing the bride before the wedding, and doing
U N I T
anything on Friday the 13th.
50
C For the next two questions, look for the answers in the passage and
1
write them on the lines provided.
Stra ng e & Unus ua l 1
1. What was the main purpose of the survey?
American Superstitions
Many people would like to think it could not hurt to do
______________________________________________________
something like knocking on wood or crossing your fingers to
______________________________________________________
American
Superstitions
bring a little luck. After all, who doesn’t want a little luck?
Reading Time _______ minutes _______ seconds
E
2. What are the different groups of superstitions?
Track 1
very culture has superstitions. Some people
believe them more than others. Even in our
______________________________________________________
modern technological society, superstitions
______________________________________________________
still hold a powerful influence. Most people seem to
574 words
5
outgrow them. But how many people continue to
believe (or at least act like they believe) these
superstitions as adults?
A survey conducted for the journal American Demographics by the research
7
firm Market Facts found some surprising results. In modern America, where
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10
3:02:06
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superstitions are seen as
nothing
more than the beliefs of a weak mind, 44
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3:02:09
percent of the people surveyed still admitted they were superstitious. The other
56 percent claimed to be only “optimistically superstitious,” meaning they were
Think about the following questions.
more willing to believe superstitions relating to good luck over ones related to
1. What are some good-luck superstitions?
bad luck. For example, 12 percent of those who said they were not really
2. What are some bad-luck superstitions?
15
3. Do you follow or believe any of these superstitions?
superstitious confessed to knocking on wood for good luck. And 9 percent
confessed they would pick up a penny on the street for good luck. A further
9 percent of non-believers also said they would pick a four-leaf clover for luck if
they found one. And some still believed in kissing under the mistletoe for luck.
Of the 44 percent of Americans who admit their superstitious beliefs, 65
Vocabulary Preview
20
Match each word or phrase with the correct definition.
a. inclined to believe in chance or magic
2. conduct
b. a small plant with white berries; a Christmas decoration
3. confess
c. a small flowering plant, usually with three leaves
believers, some interesting differences appeared when the men and women were
considered separately. In the survey, women comprised 60 percent of the
entire superstitious group, seeming to indicate that women tend to be more
25
4. optimistically
d. to do
5. mistletoe
e. to admit
6. superstitious
f. positively; in a positive way
percent said they were “only a little” superstitious, 27 percent were “somewhat”
superstitious, and 8 percent were “very” superstitious. Among this group of
1. clover
superstitious than men. However, more than half (64 percent) of the “very”
superstitious believers were male.
Additionally, age also showed significant differences between the believers
and non-believers. More young people admitted their superstitious nature than
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27
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Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
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comprise --- to make up
indicate --- to show; to suggest
significant --- major; large
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Title
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
Reading for the Real World Second Edition Intro
12
148
480
Reading for the Real World Second Edition 1
12
148
570
Reading for the Real World Second Edition 2
12
148
630
Reading for the Real World Second Edition 3
12
148
710
25
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading the World Now 1-3
Rob Jordens, Jeff Zeter
Reading the World Now is a three-book series designed for students who are
seeking to bridge their English language reading from adapted texts to native
texts. Upon reading an upper-intermediate to advanced level of written
materials, students are ready to move from comprehending adapted texts
designed for second language learners to reading materials written for readers
whose first language is English.
Student Book with MP3 CD (1-3)
Student Book 1 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-257-2
¥ 2,000
Student Book 2 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-260-2
¥ 2,000
Student Book 3 with MP3 CD
978-1-59966-263-3
¥ 2,000
Features
• Designed for students who are seeking to bridge their English language
reading from adapted texts to native texts
• Comprehension activities made to require students to use facts and details
from the passages as well as infer implied information about the writer’s
purpose
• Vocabulary development activities specifically targeting mid-frequency and
academic words
• 高校生から大学生向け、上級レベルリーディング教材です。
• 世界各国のノンフィクショントピックを採用しています。
• MP3 CD付き
Reading
◀
Title
Units
Pages
Reading the World Now 1
24
148
Reading the World Now 2
24
148
Reading the World Now 3
24
148
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
26
Reading the World now
Level 1
Age level
New
Edition
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Issues Now in the News
Third Edition
Best Seller
Adam Worcester, Brian Williams
Features
• Authentic news texts from Voice of America
• Useful vocabulary, idiom and expressions for advanced-level learners
• Exercises to support vocabulary acquisition and reading comprehention
Student Book Third Edition with
MP3 CD
Student Book with MP3 CD
978-1-61352-455-8
¥ 2,000
• Voice of Americaから厳選された全世界の様々な国の問題や文化についての記事を扱
っています。
• 背景知識の説明から始まり、読解問題だけでなく、ボキャブラリー、イディオムや要約など
の問題が用意されています。
• クラスディスカッションのトピックにも最適です
• 大学生や上級の高校生向きです。
◀
Sample Page
Title
Issues Now in the News Third Edition
Answer Key
Issues Now in the News
Third Edition
Units
Pages
Average Word Count
20
128
870
FreeMP3
Available online
27
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Reading Formula
with Note Taking
Adam Worcester, Paul Edmunds, Sun Ha Choi, Seung Jun Woo
Student Book
Student Book
978-1-59966-360-9
¥ 2,200
Features
• More than 80 academic paragraphs and passages for practice
• Various passages lengths for practice, ranging from 150 up to 700 words
• Reading comprehension questions following each paragraph and
passage, including questions targeting main idea, inference, rthetorical
purpose, sentence insertion, and summarizing
• リーディングやノートテイキングスキルを強化するために作られた教材です
• アカデミックな長文を使用しているので、
さまざまなテスト対策や留学準備にもなりま
す。
• リーディングストラテジーを学ぶことにより、長文の構成を理解し、
カギとなる重要な
情報を素早く見つけ出すスキルを身に付けます。
Reading Formula with
Note-Taking
Phonics
◀
Sample Page
Title
Reading Formula with Note-Taking
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
28
Pages
Average Word
216
266
Age level
Extensive Reading
for Academic Success: Advanced
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
A-D
Kandice McDonald
Student Book (A-D)
Features
• Academic-style reading passages
• Approximately 700 words per reading passage
• Comprehension questions include inference, paraphrase/ sentence
simplification, main idea determination, general comprehension
• Units simplication, main idea determination, general comprehension
Units thematically
Student Book A
978-1-59966-120-9
¥ 2,200
Student Book B
978-1-59966-121-6
¥ 2,200
Student Book C
978-1-59966-122-3
¥ 2,200
Student Book D
978-1-59966-123-0
¥ 2,200
• Book A, B, C, Dのレベルは全て同じです。
• テキストの内容は下記の表の通り広範囲で、80ものリーディングパッセージが各タイト
ルに収録されています。
• それぞれのリーディングの長さはおよそ700語で、5つの読解問題が後に続いています。
• 読解問題は、推論の問題や言い換え問題等でTOEFL iBT対策にも最適です。
◀
Book A
Book B
• English and American
•
•
•
•
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Word List
Available
online
Literature
Geography
Biology
Communication
Anthropology and
Archaeology
•
•
•
•
•
•
Acience and Technology
Medicine and Healthcare
Chemistry
Linguistics
World History
The Humanities
Extensive Reading for
Academic Success:
Advanced A
Book C
•
•
•
•
•
Book D
• The Classics &
Modernization
Sociology
Physics
Business
Art and Music
Title
World Literature
• American Literature:
•
•
•
•
19th and 20th
Environmental Science
American History
Psychology
Computer Science and
Information Technology
Units
Pages
Extensive Reading for Academic Success A
80
188
Extensive Reading for Academic Success B
80
188
Extensive Reading for Academic Success C
80
188
Extensive Reading for Academic Success D
80
188
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TOEIC
1000 Basic
English Words
TOEFL iBT
0-250 255-400 405-600 605-780 785-900 905-990
0-18
19-40
41-64
65-95 96-110 111-120
1-4
Kelli Rapitti, Tamara Wilburn
Student Book with Audio CD (1-4)
1000 Basic English Words is a four-level series designed to enhance the
vocabulary of beginner level learners. All of the words presented over the four
books of the series provide learners with over 1,000 practical, high-frequency
English words. All of the words chosen for the series come from an analysis of
the most commonly found words in textbooks and materials for English
language learners.
Student Book 1 with Audio CD
978-1-61352-451-0
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Student Book 2 with Audio CD
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978-1-61352-454-1
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Features
• Appealing photographs that illustrate each target word
• Clear, easy to understand definitions and examples for all target words
• Original fiction and nonfiction passages using target words in context
• Correct pronunciation of target words indicated with phonetic symbols
• コーパスデータに基づき、
日常生活で頻度の高い単語のうち基礎レベルの1000語を
4レベルに分けて収録しました。
• 各ユニット20単語ずつ写真や例文によってわかりやすく説明されています。
• リーディング、
ライティング問題等を通して、確実に実用的な単語力を高めます。
Phonics
• 3ユニット毎にコピーして使えるレビューテストが無料ダウンロード可
1.
Part A
Word List and Pra
Praccti
ticce
Exercises 1 and 2
· In Exercise 1, students
check their understanding of words by
matching synonyms
or antonyms.
· In Exercise 2, students
check their knowledge
of the target words by
matching them with
the correct definitions.
· Phonetic symbols aid
students with
pronunciation, while parts
of speech aid students
with proper usage.
· Space is provided so that
students can write the
meanings of the target words in their native
language. This studentfriendly feature allows
students to
personalize their learning.
Title
Sample Page
30
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Assessments
Tips & Ideas
Available
online
1000 Basic English Words 1 - 4
Units
Pages
12
88
Sample pages from
2.
Part B
1000 Basic Essential English Words 1
Word List and Prac
Practi
ticce
Word List
· The second ten target words
are presented in a list.
· Clear and concise definitions
and simple sample sentences
demonstrate usage and
provide context.
Exercises 1 and 2
· In Exercise 1, students
practice using the words in
context in a gap-fill activity.
· In Exercise 2, a fun crossword
puzzle tests students’
knowledge and understanding
of the unit’s target words.
3. Reading and Writing Practice
Alternating activities in odd and even units add variety to the practice activities.
Reading Practice
· Readings introduce a variety
of fiction and nonfiction topics
and provide further examples
of the target words in context.
Post-Reading
· Reading comprehension
questions test students’
reading skills and
understanding of the topics.
Writing Practice
· The Writing Practice section
provides further practice of
the target words in activities
based on the content of the
reading passage.
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TOEIC
4000 Essential
English Words 1-6
TOEFL iBT
0-250 255-400 405-600 605-780 785-900 905-990
0-18
19-40
41-64
65-95 96-110 111-120
Best Seller
Paul Nation
4000 Essential English Words is a six-book series that is designed to focus
on practical high-frequency words to enhance the vocabulary of learners
from high beginning to advance levels. The series presents a variety of
words that cover a large percentage of the words that can be found in many
spoken or written texts. Thus, after mastering these target words, learners
will be able to fully understand vocabulary items when they encounter them
in written and spoken form.
Each unit presents 20 words which are defined and used in sample
sentences. The activities in the books are designed to present the words in
different uses so that learners can fully see how they can be utilized. Also at
the end of each unit there is a story which contains the unit’s target words
to give learners further examples of the words in use. Each level properly
prepares the learner for the next which progressively challenges the learner
with more sophisticated vocabulary and stories.
Student Book (1-6)
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• 会話や書き言葉での高頻出単語のみ各レベルに600語と、
レベル1,2,3の巻末に
はイラスト付きの単語集を収録。
Vocabulary
• わかりやすい単語の定義と例文とイラストで覚えやすい。
• さまざまなアクティビティを通して確実な習得を目指します。
• 各ユニットにターゲットの20単語を使ったストーリーで実際にどのように使用される
のかを確認できます。
Features
• Clear, easy to understand definitions and examples
• Various activities to reinforce target vocabulary
• Progressive development of vocabulary across levels
• Original stories which utilize target words
• Useful color images that illustrate each target word
• Free downloadable supplemental audio recordings of target word lists
and stories to aid in listening and pronunciation
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
32
Title
Units
Pages
4000 Essential English Words 1
30
196
4000 Essential English Words 2
30
196
4000 Essential English Words 3
30
196
4000 Essential English Words 4
30
196
4000 Essential English Words 5
30
196
4000 Essential English Words 6
30
196
Sample pages from
4000 Essential English Words 1
Illustrations and pictures for each target are
provided to help visualize the word as it is
being used in the example sentence.
各単語を使った例文で学習すると同時に、写真やイラス
トが単語の視覚化に役立ちます。
Activities make the learners think
about the meaning of the words in
the context of sentence.
文中の単語の意味を生徒に考えさせるアクテ
ィビティー。
Each unit ends with a story containing
the target words. While reading the
story, the learners have to recall the
meanings of the words and apply them
to the context of the story.
各ユニットの終わりにはターゲット・ワードを含
んだストーリーを載せています。ストーリーを読
みながら、学習者は単語の意味を思い出し、内容
の理解に繋がります。
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Age level
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Young Learners
Classic Readers Series
Young Learners Classic Readers provide beginning English language learners
enjoyable and easy reading practice of famous stories from around the world.
Young English language learners will enjoy developing their vocabulary and
reading fluency with the easy-to-read adaptations included in this varied
collection of well-known tales for children.
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• Young Learners Classic Readersは初級学習者向けのストーリーブックです。
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Each level has 10 titles. Please go to
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• 巻末には重要単語のリストや、発表会などで使える短い劇のスクリプトを収録しました。
• 朗読が録音されたMP3 CD付き
各レベル10タイトルです。
10タイトルがセットになったレベ
ル別パックもございます。詳しくは
Indexをご覧ください。
Readers
Features
• 60 classic stories
• A short introduction
• A picture gallery of characters
• A story including full-color illustrations and highlighted dialog for easy recognition of spoken language
• A short playlet
• A picture dictionary
• Audio recordings
Word Count
Stories in each level are written for students who have the minimum base vocabulary listed below. Students
who have a good base-vocabulary near a particular target level listed will find the stories in that level
well-suited for extensive reading practice and reading fluency development.
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
• The Town Mouse and the Country
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Sample Page
FreeMP3
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Mouse
Hansel and Gretel
The Brave Tin Soldier
Noah’s Ark
Bellerophon and Pegasus
How Red Bird Got His Color
The Three Goats
Two Frogs
The Three Little Pigs
The Selfish Giant
LEVEL 4
The Fish and the Ring
Beauty and the Beast
The Prince and the Pauper
Gulliver’s Travels
A Little Princess
Fairy Gifts
The Enchanted Castle
The Lady or the Tiger?
The Life and Adventures of
Santa Claus
Ivan the Fool
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LEVEL 3
The Fir Tree
The Elves and the Shoemaker
How Bear Lost His Tail
Sleeping Beauty
Jack and the Magic Beans
The Son Who Came Home
The Nutcracker
Puss in Boots
The Woodman and the Ax
The Trojan Horse
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LEVEL 5
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Pinocchio
The Last Lesson
Journey to the West
A Dog of Flanders
King Arthur and the Black Knight
What Katy Did
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Little Lord Fauntleroy
The Magic Flute
The Gift of the Magi
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Cinderella
Ole-Luk-Oie: The Dream God
The Three Sillies
Daedalus and Icarus
The Magic Swan
The Three Bears
Heidi
Hans Brinker
Diamonds and Toads
The Nightingale and the Rose
LEVEL 6
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Sandman
The Last Leaf
The Barber of Seville
The Hollow Needle
Ivanhoe
Two Years’ Vacation
The Battle of Red Cliffs from
Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Pollyanna
The Count of Monte Cristo
Levels
1
2
3
4
5
6
Word Count per Story
300
500
800
1200
1700
2500
Full-Color Illustrations
Original artwork creates a
backdrop in which to read
the story. The illustrations
enable students to gain a
better understanding of
the story line as they
progress through the
story.
◀
Young Learners Classic
Readers Series Level 1
Playlet
To reinforce new
vocabulary and
grammar acquired
from the reading,
each story comes
complete with a
playlet which can be
used for in-class
performance.
Word List
Using a picture
dictionary format,
each reader contains
a word list of new
vocabulary including
a picture and
corresponding
definition for easy
reference.
By level 6, students
will find
encouragement in
their reading ability as
they complete stories
over 2,000 words
long!
◀
Young Learners Classic
Readers Series
Level 6
MP3 CD
Included for
Each Title
※MP3 CDの取り扱いについては2ページをご参照ください。
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Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Compass
Classic Readers Series
The Compass Classic Readers series provides beginning and intermediate
English language learners accessible adaptations of the greatest works of
English literature. Each reader includes discussion questions before and
after each chapter, a glossary for key vocabulary words, and a short playlet
for classroom performance.
Compass Classic Readers
Student Book
with MP3 CD (Level 1-6)
Level 1
¥
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Level 2
¥
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Level 3
¥
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• 多読にぴったりのリーダーです。
Level 4
¥
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• 各章の前後に、
ディスカッションにも使える問題がついています。
Level 5
¥
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• 巻末には重要単語のリストや、教室でできる短い劇のスクリプトを収録しました。
Level 6
¥ 1,000
• 朗読が録音されたMP3 CD付き
Each level has 10 titles. Please go to
the Index for details.
Features
• Guided reading questions before and after each chapter
• Alphabetic glossary of key vocabulary
• Short scripted scene for in-class performance
• Separate teacher’s guide available including a short exam covering the
entire reader
Readers
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
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The Emperor’s New Clothes
Black Beauty
Grimm’s Fairy Tales
Favorite Asian Folk Tales
The Wind in the Willows
Doctor Dolittle
Just So Stories
The Jungle Book
Favorite Fables
The Happy Prince
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David Copperfield
The Thirty-Nine Steps
Oliver Twist
Little Women
Sherlock Holmes
Tales of Mystery & Imagination
Around the World in Eighty Days
The Moonstone
The Prisoner of Zenda
Sense & Sensibility
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
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LEVEL 3
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The Arabian Nights
Robin Hood
Alice in Wonderland
The Wizard of Oz
The Railway Children
The Secret Garden
White Fang
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Peter Pan
Anne of Green Gables
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The Invisible Man
Shakespeare’s Tragedies
Shakespeare’s Comedies
A Tale of Two Cities
Vanity Fair
Pride and Prejudice
Moby Dick
The Importance of Being Earnest
More Tales of Mystery and Imagination
The Hound of the Baskervilles
LEVEL 4
Sample Page
各レベル10タイトルです。
10タイトルがセットになったレベ
ル別パックもございます。詳しくは
Indexをご覧ください。
•
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The Merchant of Venice
Treasure Island
King Solomon’s Mines
The Time Machine
Robinson Crusoe
Romeo and Juliet
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Frankenstein
A Christmas Carol
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
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Wuthering Heights
Great Expectations
Nicholas Nickleby
The Three Musketeers
The Phantom of the Opera
Jane Eyre
Tess of the d’Urbervilles
Classic American Short Stories
Classic British Short Stories
The War of the Worlds
LEVEL 5
LEVEL 6
Levels
1
2
3
4
5
6
Word Count per Story
25004000
8000
12000
18000
23000
30000
Sample pages from
Compass Classic Readers Series Level 1 - Grimm’s Fairy Tales
The section in the beginning of each chapter introduces students to the theme of
the main passage and activates their own knowledge and experience.
Colorful and delightful illustrations make it easy to
understand the stories as well as make it fun to read.
カラフルなイラスト付きで、話の流れが理解しやすく、楽しく読むこ
とができます。
The Review Questions section at the end of each chapter
helps students to understand the reading content.
各チャプターの最後にあるReview Questionではストーリーをより深く
理解することができます。
The New Words section at the end of each book provides
easy to understand definitions for words that readers will
probably not know.
巻末にワードリストがついています。
Accompanied supplemental materials
Playlets at the end of each story engages learners in fun
classroom performances.
授業や発表会の寸劇で使えるPlayletがついています。
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 3
Romeo
omeeoo and Juliet
om
Doctor DolittleR
MP3 CD
※MP3 CDの取り扱いについては2ページをご参照ください。
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Age level
Grammar Starter 1-3
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9 10 11 12 13 14
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• Chapter review tests for consolidation of target structures
• Writing workbook with additional practice exercises available
• Answer keys available online
Grammar Starter (1-3)
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• 4ユニットごとに復習テストがあります。
• さらに文法を練習できるワークブック(別売)
More Practice
Challenge
Write the correct words on the lines for the types of nouns.
Circle the nouns that are different.
1.
2.
uncle
queen
6.
3.
7.
4.
airport
8.
5.
ball
9.
lion
UNI T
1. doctor / doll / artist
2. brother / aunt / house
3. school / hospital / spider
4. tree / school / park
5. city / table / chair
6. horse / chair / elephant
7. monkey / apple / zebra
10.
Grammar
9. school / horse / lion
aunt
beach
11.
12.
duck
piano
16.
17.
chair
puppy
13.
shoe
18.
cow
pen
14.
garden
19.
farm
People
Places
Things
teacher
city
flower
lion
student
_____________
doll
_____________
_____________
school
_____________
puppy
artist
_____________
shoe
_____________
school
queen
__________ __________ __________ __________ __________
Places
__________ __________ __________ __________ __________
Things
__________ __________ _
park
ball
Tip
TTy
Types
ype
es of
of Nouns
Noun
Nou
N
ns
__________ __________ _
UNI T
Animals
turtle
People
Animals
8. book / pencil / duck
10. ball / tree / dog
Fill in the blanks.
20.
brother
Grammar Starter
Student Book
Level 1
My Grammar Notes
15.
sister
◀
People / Places / Things / Animals
hospital
duck
piano
_____________
cow
Word Box
teacher
turtle
garden
doctor
Proper nouns: names of people or places
Proper nouns start with capital letters.
ex) Daniel Baker, Paris, Canada
Practice
A Circle the correct types of nouns.
8
9
Grammar Rules
People
Places
Things
Animals
doctor
park
doll
dog
People
1. friend
(place / person)
2. frog
(animal / place)
3. owl
(animal / person)
Places
4. classroom
(animal / place)
5. book
(place / thing)
doctor
artist
teacher
park
student
city
Things
6. father
(person / thing)
school
house
Animals
B Match the types of nouns to the correct pictures.
1. people
a.
orange
doll
table
dog
kin
ki
ing
in
bee
3. things
m
mom
c.
horse
h
tree
apple
cat
bird
flow
wer
b.
2. places
d.
4. animals
ele
l phant
zoo
o
castle
6
Sample Page
Answer Key
38
Available
online
7
Title
Grammar Starter Student Book 1-3
Grammar Starter Workbook 1-3
Units
Pages
20 + 5 Reviews
96
20
44
Age level
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Grammar Success 1-3
Jin Zeter
Features
• Sixteen 4-page units presenting a controlled, systematic range of
grammar topics
• Clear grammar explanations with accompanying illustrations and
examples
• A variety of fun and educational exercises ranging from simple
recognition of word types to error correction to full-sentence production
• Speaking activities designed to increase fluency
• Four unit reviews and a final test
• Writing workbook with additional practice exercises available
• Answer keys available online
Student Book (1-3)
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• 初中級向けに、
さまざまな文法トピックを紹介する各4ページのユニットを16ユニット
収録
• 4ユニットごとに復習テスト、本の巻末にはファイナルテストがあります。
Writing Workbook 1
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¥
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Writing Workbook 3
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• 文法の明確な説明と、
それに合わせたイラストレーションと例を提供
• 単語の分類分けや間違いの訂正から文章の構成まで、
さまざまな楽しい役立つエクサ
サイズを収録
• ライティングとスピーキングのペアワークがあります。
• 練習エクササイズを収録したワークブック
(別売)
◀
Challenge
More Practice
Circle the correct types
type for the underlined nouns and rewrite them correctly.
ctly
Circle the correct types of nouns.
1. plate
(common noun / proper noun)
2. Chicago
(proper noun / common noun)
3. stone
(concrete noun / abstract noun)
4. Germany
(common noun / proper noun)
Types of nouns
Correct words
1. The Book is on the table.
ommo
o / proper)
(common
book
____________________
2. Amy feels Happiness right now.
(concrete / abstract)
____________________
5. success
(concrete noun / abstract noun)
3. They are in the Library.
(common / proper)
____________________
6. calendar
(proper noun / common noun)
4. The Students walk to the house.
(concrete / abstract)
____________________
5. The Eiffel Tower is in paris.
(common / proper)
____________________
6. He meets jennifer.
(concrete / abstract)
____________________
7. She speaks four Languages.
(common / proper)
____________________
8. I like apple Pie.
(concrete / abstract)
____________________
7. hate
(concrete noun / abstract noun)
8. Internet
(abstract noun / concrete noun)
9. milk
(common noun / proper noun)
10. tissue
(concrete noun / abstract noun)
Grammar Success
Student Book
Level 1
Write the words in the correct boxes.
stapler
Pair Work
mountain
aunt
bear
Canada
Brooklyn Bridge weakness
lake
Paul
actor
Mary
cheetah
Godzilla
president
New York
January
book
pride
giraffe
courage
victory
friendship
King Kong
bottle
trouble
1. place (common noun)
nurse
Jason
zoo
joy
card
2. person (proper noun)
________________________________
3. thing (proper noun)
________________________________
Practice
4. animal (common noun)
________________________________
Places
Writing
Types
of Nouns
Abstract Nouns
Concrete Nouns
People
Work with a partner. Practice naming the different kinds of nouns.
Things
Common
Nouns
Animals
Grammar Rules
Write examples of the different kinds of nouns listed.
________________________________
school
5. concrete noun
________________________________
Look at the tabl
table. Then, write the words in the correct boxes.
6. abstract noun
________________________________
Common Nouns vs. Proper Nouns
Speaking
Take turns saying out loud examples of the different kinds of nouns.
People
Places
Things
Animals
Common Nouns vs. Proper Nouns
1. person (common noun)
Common Nouns doctor
lion
chocolate
park
A noun is a person, place, thing, or animal. There are different kinds of nouns.
deer
paper
hospital
teacher
2. place (proper noun)
Example: thing (common noun)
Most nouns are common nouns. Common nouns are general things.
3. thing (common noun)
Godzilla
Apollo
Greece
Jason
Proper
Nouns noun)
Student A: thing
(common
Example
boy, city, book, tiger
4. concrete noun
Student B: spoon
Proper nouns are specific names. Proper nouns always start with capital letters.
5. abstract noun
Example
school
King Kong
singer
clock
telephone
king
Sam, Paris, Eiffel Tower, Monday, Godzilla
Proper
Nouns
China
8
bird
Steve
Tuesday
monkey
Seoul
9
Common Nouns
Proper Nouns
People
Places
Things
Animals
Common Nouns
Proper Nouns
boy
kitchen
Jim
China
notebook
cat
Titanic
Sparky
Look at the table. Then, write the words in the correct boxes.
Concrete Nouns vs. Abstract Nouns
Concrete Nouns vs. Abstract Nouns
Nouns can be concrete or abstract.
Concrete Nouns
table
chair
Concrete nouns are things you can see and touch.
girl, rock, paper
Example
water
house
Abstract Nouns
bird
tree
anger
luck
beauty
happiness
stress
loneliness
Abstract nouns are ideas, feelings, and qualities.
sand
trust, fear, happiness, Internet
Example
hate
Concrete Nouns
bird
pen
Abstract Nouns
love
sadness
book
fear
paper
love
pencil
Concrete Nouns
ruler
knife
peace
trust
Abstract Nouns
happiness
6
Sample Page
Answer Key
Available
online
7
Title
Units
Pages
Grammar Success Student Book 1-3
16
84
Grammar Success Writing Workbook 1-3
16
36
39
Age level
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Active English Grammar
Second Edition 1-6
David Charlton, Peggy Anderson, Eung-Cheon Hah
Features
• A thorough and practical understanding of the mechanics of the English
language
• Grammar explanations presented in clear, well-organized charts
• Confidence in grammar targets gained through carefully-controlled
activities
• Learners’ understanding of grammar units consolidated in review sections
Student Book (1-6)
• 全6レベル、中学生から大学生まで自分にあったレベルの文法を強化 することが出来
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UNIT
Practice 2
Exercise 1
Grammar in Use
Exercise 1
Look at the pictures. Write the conversations in the correct order.
You’re welcome. Here is a present.
My name is Dr. Lee. How are you today?
Thanks!
◀
Part A
Active English Grammar
Second Edition
Level 1
Fix the seven mistakes.
Surprise! Happy Birthday, Angela!
OK. Take a deep breath, please.
I have a bad cold.
This is Yu-Na kim. She is a Figure skater.
She is from Korea. She figure skates in
1.
A: ________________________________________
many places all over the World. She speaks
B: ________________________________________
korean and English? She is also a Singer.
A: ________________________________________
She is strong and graceful. She is my’s
Grammar
2.
A: ________________________________________
favorite figure skater!
B: ________________________________________
A: ________________________________________
Exercise 2
Rewrite the sentences with correct capitalization and punctuation.
1. john is from spain
Exercise 2
John is from Spain.
2. his mom is a professor
Match the questions and answers based on the above reading.
Complete the sentences.
1. Where is Yu-Na Kim from?
a. She is also a ____________.
2. What is her sport?
b. She is from ____________.
3. What else does she do?
c. ____________ sport is ____________.
4. Where does she travel?
d. She ____________ all over the world.
____________________________________________________________
3. what is your favorite holiday
____________________________________________________________
4. he speaks spanish and english
Basic Punctuation and
Simple Sentences
____________________________________________________________
UNIT
5. her name is maria carlos
UNIT
Practice 1
Part A
____________________________________________________________
Exercise 1
6. the kids favorite holiday is christmas
Part A
____________________________________________________________
Preview
8
Capitalization
and
Punctuation
Unit 1 Basic Punctuation and Simple Sentences
AEG1_SB_0206_STL0322.indd 8
Fix the mistakes in the sentences. Each sentence has one mistake.
1. How old are you.
How old are you?
I have a brother. His name is Brad.
Today is December 2nd. It’s Brad’s
birthday. I have a present for him.
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Part A
9
2. This is Mr Wilson.
____________________________________________________________
AEG1_SB_0206_STL0322.indd 9
2013-03-22 5:09:52
3. The book is yellow’
____________________________________________________________
4. i am twelve years old.
Grammar Explanation
Capitalize the first letter in a name.
5. My Baby sister is very cute.
____________________________________________________________
I like Doctor Jones.
6. Toms mother cooks dinner.
Yes, I do.
Capitalize the first-person singular pronoun.
Capitalization
____________________________________________________________
The bird is pretty.
My name is Sarah.
Capitalize the first letter in a sentence.
Capitalize the first letter of a title in front
of a name.
____________________________________________________________
It is November.
Capitalize the first letters in months, days,
and holidays.
Today is Wednesday.
Independence Day is fun.
Exercise 2
Unscramble the sentences.
I speak English.
Capitalize the first letters in languages,
nationalities, and countries.
I am Canadian.
Put a period at the end of a sentence.
He is a student.
Put a period after a shortened word.
I like Dr. Jones.*
1. Hello! / name / is / My / Lisa.
Hello! My name is Lisa.
I live in Australia.
Period
2. live / I / States. / the / in / United
____________________________________________________________
Question Mark
Put a question mark at the end of a
question. Sentences that start with who,
what, where, when, why, how, am/is/are,
and do/does/did are usually questions.
How are you?
Are you listening?
Did you see that?
3. old. / 14 / am / years / I
Exclamation Point
Put an exclamation point after words or
sentences to show strong feeling.
Help!
I am very surprised!
4. I / every day. / listen to / music
Put an apostrophe in the middle of a
contraction (short form).
I am happy. = I’m happy.
I do not know. = I don=t know.
Apostrophes show ownership. Add an
apostrophe + s to a noun or name.
Amy’s bag is blue, but James’s bag is green.
The bird’s feet are small.
Add just an apostrophe to plural nouns
that end in -s to show ownership.
The teachers’ lounge is here.
The students’ bags are full.
Apostrophe
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
5. favorite / is / Psy. / singer / My
____________________________________________________________
6. great! / He / is
* Dr. needs a period in American English but not in British English.
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Numbers Zero to Ten
A Listen.
04
Trace.
zero
zero
one
one
two
two
B
Track
Spell the number words aloud.
Very Easy Writing
Level 1
F-I-V-E
Write.
three
C
four
Count and write the number words.
1.
2.
3.
4.
five
six
seven
six
seven
eight
nine
nine
ten
ten
Me
Target
Writing the names
and ages of people
around you
I Am Nine
Unit
Unit
16
A Make some notes.
Listen and answer
the questions.
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Circle your avatar.
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My name:
Hello
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Hell
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2 Lucy
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@ How old are you? = What is your age?
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1. What is your name?
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Writing Basic Sentences
Tips for Better Sentences
1
Writing Bright Level 1
Look at the pictures. Then write sentences about each person by answering these
questions: “Where are they?” and “Are they happy?”
Connecting words with and
in the garden
Q
in the kitchen
She is nice. She is friendly.
¸ She is nice and friendly.
in the living room
in the street
in the garage
Ex. Zoe’s Grandma is in the garden. (where?)
She is not happy. (happy?)
Â
We can join two adjectives after the verb be using and. This makes two short, choppy sentences
into one longer, better sentence.
1. Zoe’s mother __________________________
_____________________________________
Modifying nouns with adjectives
Writing
Q
Q
He is a teacher.
¸ He is a great teacher.
There is a tree in the garden.
¸ There is a tall tree in the garden.
1
2
3
4
2. Zoe’s father ___________________________
_____________________________________
3. Zoe and Sue ___________________________
_____________________________________
Â
We can modify a noun with an adjective and make a sentence more interesting.
4. Jim and his friends ______________________
______________________________________
Common Mistakes
2
Look at the simple descriptions of each person. Then write sentences about them.
Subject - verb agreement
Q
Q
Q
Q
Mr. White
John and Mary is nice people. () ¸ John and Mary are nice people. ()
Bill and I am school friends. () ¸ Bill and I (
) school friends.
There is many trees in the park. () ¸ There (
) many trees in the park.
The toys in the box is my brother’s. () ¸ The toys in the box (
) my brother’s.
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
His not a student. () ¸ He’s not a student. ()
Its a pen. () Its’ a pen. () ¸ (
) a pen.
Unit
Sentence structure
Q
Q
Mr. White is a writer.
He is 43 years old.
He is tall and thin.
He is Zoe’s father.
Brian
Short forms
Q
a writer
43 years old
tall, thin
Zoe’s father
Q
Q
B e : S i m p l e _______________________________
Present
_______________________________
_______________________________
I am Zoe.
9
10
We are 12-year-old twins.
Sara
a photographer
32 years old
nice, friendly
Zoe’s uncle
Brian is _________________________
am
Zoe()
It is a puppy on the mat. () ¸ There is a puppyIon
the mat.
They are puppies on the mat. () ¸ (
) puppies on the mat.
My sister’s name is Sue.
1
Q
Q
Q
Q
a doctor
30 years old
smart, beautiful
Brian’s friend
Grammar for Writing
Q
Sara is __________________________
_______________________________
_______________________________
1 Be: Simple Present—basic
_______________________________
O My father is a writer. (be + noun)
O My father is busy. (be+adjective)
O My father is in the room. (be + prepositional phrase)
Jim is my brother.
Â
< Be: simple present> is the
most basic verb type in English
sentences.
Â
After be, you can use a noun/
pronoun, an adjective, or a
prepositional phrase.
He is 14 years old.
2
Mr. White is my father.
Noun/ Pronoun subject + be
He is a writer.
O
Mrs. White is my mother.
O
Mrs. White is my mother. She is a teacher.
Flowers are in the garden. They are beautiful.
Â
Both nouns and pronouns can
be subjects in a sentence.
She is a teacher.
Our house is on a quiet street.
3
There is a beautiful garden in front of the house.
There are many flowers in the garden.
Be: Negative & Yes/No Questions
He is not an artist.
Is he a writer? Yes, he is.
They are not tulips.
O Are they roses? Yes, they are.
O
Grandma is in the garden every day.
O
O
Â
Negative:
<Subject + be + not>
Â
Questions:
<Be + subject>
4
There is/are
 We use there is / are to say that
There is a nice picture on the wall.
There are many people in the room.
O There is not a key on the table.
O
O
something exists in a certain
place.
 There is / are is usually used
with prepositional phrases:
in the room, on the table.
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Title
Units
Pages
Writing Bright 1
10
108
Writing Bright 2
10
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Writing Bright 3
10
108
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Write On Level 1
A. Choose something about yourself that you think is interesting.
1. My brother / have / a girlfriend
Interesting fact: ______________________________________
My brother has a girlfriend.
_________________________________________________________________________
B. Think of other information about yourself. Complete the chart below. Use
2. Brian and his brothers / be / at baseball practice
the word box to help you.
Brian and his brothers are at baseball practice.
_________________________________________________________________________
3. The idea of school on Saturdays / be / horrible
tennis
sing well
chess
jump rope
The idea of school on Saturdays is horrible.
_________________________________________________________________________
4. One of my friends / be / very tall
_________________________________________________________________________
pets
love history
can rap
basketball
badminton
have a rabbit
like country music
from Germany
good at science
can speak three languages
able to walk on my hands
have a twin brother
5. Sarah / not / know the answer
_________________________________________________________________________
6. We / have / a pet cat / but Sam and Mary / not / have / a cat
Interesting fact:
_________________________________________________________________________
(Ex. Can swim very fast)
______________________
7. Many boys / hope / to become professional athletes
_________________________________________________________________________
______________________
Interesting fact:
Interesting fact:
____________________
8. Either your shoes or your bag / be / always in the living room
_________________________________________________________________________
______________________
______________________
______________________
______________________
9. I / want / to win the championship this year
____________________
____________________
_________________________________________________________________________
My Name:
(Ex. Tiffany Stone)
______________________
B. Read the following paragraph. Write the missing sentences using the
Writing
words in parentheses. Use the correct form of the simple present.
______________________
My friends and I want to see a movie, but we can’t decide which one to see. 1.____
Number of
brothers and sisters:
Favorite sport or
school subject:
_______________________________ (Mark / want / to see Batman). Nina and I want to
______________________
______________________
see the new James Bond movie, and Holly doesn’t know what she wants to see. 2._____
______________________
____________________________________________________________ (Each movie,
__________________
______________________
Age:
_________________
including the previews, / be / about two hours long). The time is perfect because we’re
______________________
meeting some other friends for dinner in about two and a half hours. 3.______________
______________________
___________________________________ (We all / plan / to eat hamburgers and French
______________________
fries). I love to watch movies. 4._________________________________________________
____ (I / be glad / that I have so many great friends).
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A. Look again at the paragraph on the previous page. Fill in the cluster with
details from the paragraph.
To write a descriptive paragraph introducing oneself
To use the simple present tense
Mod
Modeling
Mode
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A self-introduction is a way for you to introduce yourself. You
should include basic facts and interesting information about
yourself.
b. _________
Grandparents
c. Live near the
live there
____________
every summer
A. Read the example paragraph and answer the questions that follow.
3
a. _________
France
in France
My name is Simon. I am eleven years old and
d I am
an only child. I was born in France because my mother
other
is French, but now I live in Canada, not France. I visit
France every summer to see my grandparents, who
ho
still live there, in the house my mother grew up in.
n.
I like visiting my grandparents because we speak
French together. In France, I often play soccer with
th
my cousins. It’s my favorite sport. I have a lot of
cousins, so we can make teams to play against
each other. I also like visiting my grandparents
because they live near the ocean. There’s a lot
of fun stuff to do there. We swim, snorkel, and
play in the sand. I think my life is pretty good,
and I feel very fortunate.
d. Swims, _________,
and _________________
Simon
2
Only _________
5
Soccer
1
Age
4
a. _________
years old
Lives in
b. Plays with
_________
_____________
a. Speaks _________
and _________
a. Favorite
____________
B. Answer the questions.
1. What is the writer’s opinion about his life?
1. Underline and write the writer’s topic sentence about himself.
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
2. What does the writer do during his visits to France? What details does the writer give?
2. Circle and write the writer’s concluding sentence about himself.
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
3. How many details about himself does the writer include? Number each detail.
_________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________
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First Day at a New School
Fir
Track
The New Student
Th
4
Track
G1: Hi there! I’m Jenny. ________ ________ to our class, ________ ________?
5
W: ______________, class. Please ____ ________ for the ________
________ ________ ________?
______________ __________________. Alex, please ______________
G2: Oh, hi! ____ ________ ____ Alice. ________ ________ to ________ ________!
______________ ____ ________ ________.
G1: I’m ________ ____ ________ ________, too. So, ________ ________ _______
B:
________, Alice?
Hi, everyone. ____ ________ ____ Alex Spencer. ____ 13 years old. I have
____ ______________ ______________ and ______________. I just ________
G2: I am from Canada. My dad ________ ____ ________ ________ here, so we
________ from England ________ ________. We ________ because my dad
________.
________ ____ ________ here. He ________ ________ a big ______________
G1: Well, I hope ________ ________ ________ ______________.
______________. My mom ______________ ________. I can ________
G2: ________ ________ but ________. Both my brother Robert and I like it.
________ ________, but I ________ ________ ____. I like ________
G1: Is your brother Robert also ________ ____ ________ ______________?
______________ and ________. I also love ______________
Is he ________?
__________________. I ________ ____ join ________ ______________
G2: (laughs) I ________ if you like ______________ ________.
__________________ ________. ____ ______________ ______________
G1: Oh! ________ ________ ________ ________, Alice? And ________ ________
______________ are ______________ and ______________. I don’t like
____ ____?
________ because ____ ____ ______________. ______________, it’s ________
G2: ____ 14, but ________ 12.
____ _________ ________ all.
G1: 12! ________ _________ ________. I’m 14, too.
G2: Maybe you ______________ ________ ____ the other new student.
He said that he’s ____.
Back to School
Ba
G1: Really? ________ ________ ________?
G2: Alex. He’s ________ ______________.
Track
1
G1: Alex? Alice and Alex. ________ ______________!
M: ________ ____________, Jenny. ______________ ________.
G2: Well, he’s a ________, and I’m a ________. It’s ________ ________. ________
G: Good morning, Mr. Thompson! ________ ________ to ________ ________
____, Jenny. ________ ______________ ________.
again.
G1: OK. Thanks!
M: ________ was your ______________?
G:
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____ ________! I ________ the Statue of Liberty and ______________ Central
Park. I ________ ______________2010-07-01
and even
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M: It ______________ ________ you ________ ____ ________ ________.
G:
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I ________ did. How was your vacation, Mr. Thompson?
M: Well, I ________ ____ ______________ to ____ _______________________.
My kids really ______________ ______________ ________ the
Listening Success
with Dictation
Level 1
______________.
G:
Yeah, I like that, too.
M: Jenny, do you ________ ________ ________ ______________ in ________
________ today? The girl and the boy?
G:
I see ________ ________ ________. She ________ ________.
M: She is nice. Her ________ is Alice. She ____ ________ Canada. ________
________ ________ ______________ yourself?
G:
OK, Mr. Thompson. ________ ____ that ________ ________!
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Listening Success 1
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Listening Success 2
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48
44
Listening Success 3
12
80
48
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Listening Success 4
12
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Listening Success 5
12
80
48
44
47
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Listening Practice
through Dictation 1-4
Vinodini Murugesan, Gena Bennett, Kelly Lee, Adam Worcester
Features
• Introduction including teaching tips by Mario Rinvolucri
• Full-color photographs
• New words introduced at the beginning of each unit
• Listening transcription activities that integrate reading and writing
• Audio recording of dictation texts
• Complete answer keys and dictation text transcripts
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• 自分で聞いた英語を書き込むのでスペリングや語彙、
また句読点等のライティングス
キルを鍛えることができます。
• 巻末に解答とTranscripts が付いています。
Unit 1
1
Unit
D Summary
______________________
Listening
M: Why
____________
around? It’s
bags
people
____________________________
_______________________
people’s
W: That’s
they
_______________________.
cans
Look,
Or maybe
_______________________ ___________
Well,
all
________________________
The woman notices that there is litter everywhere.
____________
The man is hungry and wants to have lunch.
____________
The friends decide to pick up all the litter after their picnic.
4.
____________
The man says that people should not litter.
5.
____________
The friends find a nice place for their picnic.
some
__________________________
leave
up
Unit 1 A Picnic by the River
____________________________ ________________________
__________________________
lying
__________________________.
lunch
litter
hungry
our ____________________________, let’s
A New Words
____________________________
Fill in the blanks.
_________________ _______________________ ___________
1. Please do not
can
W: This
Keep the park clean.
6. Shall we have a
_______________________________
in the park on Sunday?
B Understanding the Context
Track 1
_________________ __________ _____________________________
_____________________________
next
and
_____________ ___________________
river.
M:
____________________________
idea. Walking
______________________________.
W: We
I’m
__________________________________ ____________________________
_______________________________
__________________ ___________________
Someone forgot
Listen and answer the questions.
spot. Let’s
_________________________ ___________________ _______________________________
to order two burgers and a milkshake.
or full?
that old shirt away.
Track 1
Listen and complete the dialog.
_______________________________.
_______________________________
____________ ________________________ more.
5. Please _______________________________
idea!
E Dictation
empty
picnic
throw
__________________
_______________________________.
2. It’s 1:00 p.m. now; let’s have
pick
____________
3.
too.
____________ ________________________.
__________________
1.
2.
_____________________
_______________________ __________________
4. Is that bottle
W:
It spoils
3. ,I let’s
am very
_______________________________
; I want
_______________________ _______________________
_______________________
________________________
with friends
Track 1
Listen and order the sentences from 1-5.
Naturebottles
and the Environment
THEME
___________________________.
M: OK! And
____________ ____________.
___________________ __________________________
________________________ ________________________
it out
thing
__________________ ______________________.
__________________ __________________
________________________
everywhere!
______________________________.
________________________ ________________________,
leave,
____________ _______________________
______________________________ ____________________________ ___________________________
don’t
__________________________
M: People
There
__________________ _______ ________________________
______________________________
W: I
_____________________.
here
for
me
_______________________________.
______________ ____________________
________________ __________________________________
these
grass. Oh
______________!
_________________________________
1. What were the friends doing before the picnic?
10
(a) Picking up litter
(b) Taking a walk
(c) Eating lunch
(d) Talking to friends
2. What is NOT true about the picnic spot?
Unit 1
(a) There is a river nearby.
(b) There is grass there.
(c) There are no trees nearby.
(d) There is some litter around.
C Focus on Details
Track 1
◀
Listen and write the missing words.
1. Let’s stop and have our
Unit 1
______________________
next to the river.
2. Walking always makes me
Listening Practice
through Dictation
Level 1
______________________.
3. Someone forgot to throw these
______________________
paper bags away.
4. People should clean up before they leave,
and not leave
8
Sample Page
______________________
lying around.
Unit 1
Title
Listening Practice through Dictation 1-4
Answer Key
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Units
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128
9
Age level
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Listening Jump
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Casey Malarcher
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• ベーシックなリスニング問題に加えて、単語のエクササイズ、本文を聞いて要約を完成
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とても充実した内容となって
います。
• 3ユニットごとに1つの復習テストがあります。
• 本文のリスニングの内容をDictationできる取り外し可能な本も付いています。
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60 pages
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Age level
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• Accompanying dictation book to help students further enhance their listening
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• 日常英会話のリスニング問題を通して、あらゆるコミュニケーション能力を高めること
がこの本のねらいです。
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リ
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す。すべて選択問題です。
• どちらの本にも取り外し可能なDictationの本が付属し、本文で使用されたすべての音
Listening
声のDictationができるようになっています。
Describing People / Finding Locations
UNIT
◀
1.
M:
Track 6
4.
Let me introduce ____ ______________. First, there’s Tina. She’s wearing a suit. Leslie
has ________ ________ ________ ________. She’s ______________ ______________
Tina and Jim. Jim is wearing a white __________________ ________ and a tie. He‘s
standing in the back. He is ________. Carrie is standing ______________ ____. She
has ________ hair. And finally, there’s me—Nick. I have ________ ________ hair.
2.
Track 10
M:
Can you tell me ________ ______________?
W:
Yes, officer, I saw a man ______________ ________ ____ ________ ________ last
night.
M:
Was he ________ ____ ________?
W:
It was dark, so ____ ______________ ________ ________ ________, but he was
Track 7
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Student Book
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W:
Excuse me. I’m looking for the ______________ ______________, but I ________
________ ____ ________ it.
M:
Oh, it’s ________ ____ ________. First, just go straight ______________ ________
________ __________________.
M:
W:
5.
W:
Oh, ____ ______________? I thought I had to turn left.
M:
No, just ________ ________ ____ this direction. After the intersection, the embassy is
________ ______________ ______________ on the right.
What was ____ ______________?
He was wearing a ________ ________ and ______________.
Track 12
M:
We have to give one person the ________ ________ ________ ______________.
W:
It‘s so hard to choose just one. I loved the ______________ and the ______________.
The ______________ with the brown hair was ______________ ________, too.
3.
Track 9
W:
Look at Jenna. She’s really ________ ____ ______________: soccer, baseball,
basketball, tennis. ________ ________ ____, she likes it.
M:
I see a girl with red hair ______________ ______________ ________ ________.
W:
________ ________ ________. She has dark hair.
M:
Does she have black hair?
W:
No, she has ________ ________. And she’s wearing a ________ ______________.
M:
I see her now. ________ ______________ ____ ______________.
M:
My favorites were ________ ________ ________ ________ ________.
W:
I agree, but I think the girl with the ________ ________ hair had a ______________
costume.
M:
6.
W:
OK. We have the ______________ then.
Track 15
Check out ________ ______________ ________ my ski trip. That’s me ____ ________
______________ ________ the red hat. Cool, huh? My two best friends are on
______________ ________ ____ ____. The one ____ ________ ________ ________ is
my cousin Kate. She is wearing a ________ ______________. My ______________
Sue is
wearing a blue ________.
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• 学校や友達に会うなど、
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• 副教材としてホームページからディクテーション問題をダウンロード可能です。
Speaking Practice
A
Intonation
Practice
◀
Short Dialogs
A
In speech, content words (nouns, verbs, ad ectives, and adverbs) are
stressed, while function words (articles, auxiliary verbs, prepositions,
con unctions, and pronouns) are not usually stressed. In the following
statements and questions, study the stressed words that are in bold
letters.
Listen to the dialog and questions. Choose the best answer.
Dialog 1
Spoken
Written
(B) In a classroom
(D) On the street
2. (A) Their address
(C) Their names
(B) Their ages
(D) Their friends
Listen again, and fill in the blanks.
1. My name is Ellen.
2. I don’t believe we’ve met.
3. Where do you know Alex from?
1. My name is Ellen.
2. I don’t believe we’ve met.
3. Where do you know Alex from?
1. (A) At a party
(C) On a bus
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Track 8
W: Excuse me, is this seat taken?
M: No, it’s not. Please 1 ___________.
Now practice saying the following sentences. Remember to stress the
W: Thanks. My name is Julia.
content words, but not the function words.
M: Hi, Julia. I’m Rick. Nice 2 ___________ you.
1. Nice to meet you, too.
2. Do you come here to ski often?
3. I’ll be your guide for today’s tour.
W: Nice to meet you, too. Wow! There sure are a lot of
students in this 3 ___________.
Now listen and repeat.
M: Yeah. This class is required for all 4 ___________.
Track 6
D
B
Conversation
Pictures
Listen to the dialogs, and number
the pictures. Track 7
B
Listen to the dialog and questions. Choose the best answer.
Dialog 2
A
C
B
1. (A) To ask her questions
(C) To make friends
(B) To find out her name
(D) To welcome her
2. (A) Ask him questions
(C) Talk to freshmen
(B) Leave the office
(D) Talk to him
Track 9
Listening Practice
unit
1
C
Listen to the dialog, and complete
each statement. Track 10
Dialog 3
First Meeting
(A)
(A)
(A)
(A)
Classmates
Classmates
Classmates
Classmates
(B)
(B)
(B)
(B)
Co-workers
Co-workers
Co-workers
Co-workers
How would
1. Tanya heard about Doug from
you answer?
________________________.
Now listen to the dialogs again, and choose the correct relationship.
1.
2.
3.
4.
A
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Not at all. Have a seat.
No, I don’t believe we have.
Not much.
3. _____________________________________________________
4. _____________________________________________________
5. _____________________________________________________
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8
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Track 3
2. _____________________________________________________
Track 1
Look & Listen
Unit 1
Hi, I’m Paula.
I’m fine, thank you.
1. _____________________________________________________
2. Doug tells Tanya that he doesn’t know
________________________.
(C) Old friends
(D) Relatives
(C) Old friends Warm-up
(D) Relatives
(C) Old friends
(D) Relatives
the dialogs.
(C) A
Old friends Listen
(D)toRelatives
Listen. Write the answer.
2
Unit 1
B
10:21:37
How would
you ask?
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4
3
Listen. Write the question or statement.
2011-07-15
How is it going?
Is this seat taken?
Track 4
10:21:44
It’s a pleasure to meet you.
What’s up?
Hi, I’m Lisa. What’s your name?
1. _____________________________________________________
2. _____________________________________________________
3. _____________________________________________________
4. _____________________________________________________
B
Listen Again
C
Listen again, and fill in the blanks.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. _____________________________________________________
Track 2
Joe knows Karen’s _________.
Larry didn’t __________ Gloria.
Greg introduces his __________ to Sarah.
Ellen and Steve both know __________.
C
believe
mind
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
catch
nice
Do you __________ if I sit here?
Have we __________ before?
I didn’t __________ your name.
How do you __________?
It’s __________ to meet you.
do
pleasure
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
going
see
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Worksheet
Available
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5
10:21:21
Title
Transcript
stand
talk
book
met
up
Long time no __________.
How is it __________?
I don’t __________ we’ve met.
What’s __________?
It’s a __________ to meet you.
Unit 1
Answer Key
trees
Write the missing words to make correct expressions.
Essential
Expressions
Sample Page
Describe the picture using the words below.
Picture
Description
6
Track 5
Unit 1
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Pages
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12
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Developing Listening Skills Second Edition 2
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148
Developing Listening Skills Second Edition 3
12
148
10:21:31
51
Age level
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す。
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Dynamic Listening &
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Listening
◀
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52
Answer Key
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12
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12
128
Age level
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Listening to the News
Voice of America 1-3
Karl Nordvall
Features
• Authentic news texts from Voice of America capture & keep students
interested
• Exercises to support listening comprehension and vocabulary acquisition
• Full-color photographs with appealing graphics
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ノートや要約を完成させるアクティビティな
どがあり、英語でニュースや長い文章を聞いたことがない方でも、徐々に慣れていくこ
とができます。
• 取り外し可能なDictation用の本が付属しています。
◀
U N I T
BROAD View
the metal
Tips
Choose the best answer.
ck
ra 0
1. What does the boy want?
a. He wants the girl’s brother to be on his soccer team.
b. He wants the girl to help find a name for his team.
c. He wants the girl to make a uniform for his team.
.
2. It was reduced to 350 pieces and
3. The statue
ck
ra 0
Listening to the News
Voice of America
Level 1
3
1. An engineer
2
Listen to the sentences twice, and fill in the blanks.
T
FOCUS ON SOUNDS
T
DIALOG A Symbol of Strength
to America.
the ocean to welcome ships.
2. Why doesn’t the boy like the name “the Tigers” for his team?
a. He doesn’t think that tigers are strong or powerful.
b. Another team already has that name.
c. He doesn’t want to use any animal names.
Long a sound
(as in the words take, way, and lake)
The long a sound is made in the back of your throat. Gently touch the
tip of your tongue to the back of your bottom teeth. Slightly drop
your chin to open your mouth. Hum to vibrate your vocal chords. The
back of your tongue will touch the roof of your mouth.
3. According to the boy, what does lightning represent?
a. Danger and power
b. Speed and intelligence
c. Power and speed
EXPANDED READING
SUMMARY
Read the passage below, and talk about the following questions.
Complete the summary.
T
he current record holder for the biggest statue is the Spring Temple Buddha in China.
It was finished in 2002 and measures 128 meters high. Many of the largest statues
are inspired by important religious leaders. Figures
of Buddha and Jesus are very common. However, there are
many different themes. In Mongolia, there is a forty meter
statue of a man riding a horse. He is Genghis Khan, an
important leader in Mongolian history. In Singapore, there
is a thirty-seven meter statue of an imaginary creature. It is
called the “merlion,” which has the body of a fish and the
U N I T
head of a lion. It is the mascot of Singapore.
symbol / shipped / designed / friendship / liberty
The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous sights in America. The statue was a
gift from France to remember the 1 _____________________ between the two
countries. France had helped America win its war for freedom
Britain. Life
The word
Chapteragainst
01 American
VOA News
2 _____________________ means freedom. The statue was built using thin copper sheets
The Statue of Liberty
over a metal frame. Gustave Eiffel 3 _____________________ the frame. The statue was
NOTE-TAKING
1
What materials are statues usually made of?
2
Do you have any animal statues or mascots in your country?
ck
ra 0
1
back together on an island in New York Harbor. She is a 5 _____________________ of
T
reduced to 350 pieces and 4 _____________________ to the United States. She was put
Listen to the news, and complete the notes.
freedom
______________________________________________________________________
freedom for many people around the world.
base
A Big Gift
stairs
______________________________________________________________________
[ Unit 01 [ 9
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2012-05-10
Statue of Liberty:
-(1
) from France
- The torch—a symbol of ( 2
10
4:20:02
gift
sheets
)
Construction:
2012-05-10
4:20:06
- French sculptor—to make skin out of thin copper ( 3
- Gustave Eiffel designed the frame
- Statue reduced to 350 pieces and shipped to America
- Americans built the ( 4
) on an island
- Forty-six meters high
VOA1_SB.indd 10
Today:
- Many visitors can climb ( 5
)
) up to her crown
COMPREHENSION
Warm-up
Answer these questions.
1. Why did France give the statue to the United States?
a. To remember the war between France and America
b. To remember the friendship between France and America
c. To remember Gustave Eiffel
Think about the topic.
The Statue of Liberty in New York is
one of the most famous symbols of
America. However, not many people
know the story of how it got there.
When you think of America, what
other symbols do you think of?
1.
symbol
something that represents an idea or feeling
2.
design
to plan how something will be made and
how it will look
3.
engineer
a person who is trained to
make complex designs
4.
reduce
to make something smaller
5.
base
the bottom part; a foundation
2. What needed to be built in the United States?
a. A base
b. An ice cream cone
c. A torch
3. How did the statue get to the United States?
a. It was put together in France and sent on a ship.
b. It was reduced to forty-six pieces.
c. It came in many parts in many boxes.
[ Unit 01 [ 7
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Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Transcript
Available
online
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Title
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Units
Pages
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Transcript & Answer Key
Listening to the News 1
20
100
20
27
Listening to the News 2
20
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28
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Listening to the News 3
20
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Age level
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Speaking Time 1-3
Liana Robinson, Garrett Byrne
Features
• Easy-to-use, speaking-based activities that need minimal teacher
preparation
• Topics that are interesting for elementary to middle school students
• Clearly-presented modeled language samples give young learners the
support they need to succeed.
• MP3 CD with one hundred audio tracks of native-English speaker
pronunciation
• Full-color pictures to guide comprehension and anticipation of material
Speaking Time with MP3 CD (1-3)
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• Speaking Time は、今までのスピーキングの教科書では物足りないと感じている小・中
学生のために作られました。
• 日常生活のあらゆる場面を想定して作られた各ユニットでは、基礎的なスピーキング
の力をさらに発展させることができます。
• また、ユニットの最後にあるインタビュー形式のペアワークで、効果的に楽しくスピー
キングの練習ができます。
• この本をマスターするだけで表現の幅が広がり、
自分の伝えたいことがどんどん英語
Speaking & Conversation
で話せるようになります。
◀
Sum-Up
Listen and write.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Speaking Time
Level 1
Track 5
I like __________________________________.
It is ____________________________________.
I ______________ strawberries ____________.
I like to __________________________ leaves.
_________________________ is a happy time!
Do you ________________________________?
My favorite season
Write about your favorite season. Use the expressions in the box to help
you. Then circle the stressed words and read your sentences aloud.
eat ice cream
swimming in summer
hot
swim
Summer
summer
Read your sentences aloud.
Stress
Read the sentences aloud, stressing the words in red.
I like winter.
It is snowy.
I make a snowman in winter.
I like to play in snow.
The snow is pretty.
Winter is a happy time!
I like __________________________________________________.
It is ___________________________________________________.
I go ___________________________________________________.
I like to ________________________________________________.
I __________________________________________________, too.
_________________________________________ is a happy time!
Use the expressions in the boxes, and practice with your partner.
Examples
go skiing
I go skiing. / I like to go skiing.
go hiking
Summer ti me
fly a kite
B
I....
My friend’s favorite season
Interview your friend about his or her favorite season.
Use
thespeak.
questionsTrack
in 3
Listen
and
the box. Then tell the class about your friend.
1.
play in puddles
2.
Which season do you like?
Listen.
ride a bike
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go camping
How is the weather in that season?
Track 1
I like summer.
It is hot.
What do you do in that season?
pick strawberries
go skateboarding
I go swimming
in summer.
I like to swim.
Unit 1 11
The water is cool.
I eat ice cream, too.
Summer is a happy time!
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. . . go skiing in winter.
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. . . pick apples in fall.
Listen again and read aloud.
. . . have a picnic in spring.
Listen again and repeat. Tell your partner what you do in each season.
I like to . . . .
I like . . . . It is . . . .
Listen and speak.
. . . go swimming in summer.
3.
12 Unit 1
Listen and letter the pictures.
Track 4
Track 2
1.
2.
1.
2.
a
. . . fall. / . . . cool.
3.
. . . spring. / . . . warm.
4.
4.
3.
Tell your partner what you like to do in different seasons.
. . . summer. / . . . hot.
. . . winter. / . . . cold.
I like to ________________________.
Examples
Tell your partner which season you like.
Unit 1
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Worksheet
Available
online
2011-09-05
Title
Resources
have a picnic
swim
make a snowman
play in leaves
10 Unit 1
1:43:59
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2011-09-05
Units
Pages
Speaking Time 1
20
100
Speaking Time 2
20
104
Speaking Time 3
20
108
Sample Page
Answer Key
9
1:44:04
Age level
Jazz English
Japanese Edition
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ~Adult
1-2
Gunther Breaux
Features
• Japanese Translations for over 700 language items, including
conventional expressions and slang words
• Full audio recordings of vocabulary and dialogs, providing standard North
American English speaker pronunciation
• Notes on differences between Japan and North America, stimulating
cultural interest and awareness
• Crosswords and games to further practice language in a fun way
• Opportunities to practice writing skills through preparing a short speech
at the end of each topic
Jazz English with MP3 CD
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• Jazz Englishシリーズはスピーキングを向上させるための教材です。
• 「とにかく声に出して自由に会話を楽しむ」が、
この本のコンセプトで会話のきっかけ
となる質問がたくさん用意されています。
日本と北米の文化の違いにも触れながら活
きた英会話を学ぶことができます。
Almost Free Talking sections include
questions that are meant to start
conversations.
Almost Free Talking では会話のきっかけとなる
質問が収録されています。
Real-World Dialog sections are intended
to provide students with a natural
conversation speaking model.
Real-World Dialog では学んだボキャブラリーを
使用した自然な英会話を学ぶことができます。
Cultural Differences are explanations of the
cultural differences between Japan and
America.
Cultural Differences では日本とアメリカの文化の違いを
細やかに解説しています。
The vocabulary crossword puzzles are easy fillin-the-blank exercises.
簡単で楽しいボキャブラリークロスワードも収録されてい
ます。
◀
Jazz English
Level 1
55
Age level
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Just Speak Up 1-3
Olga Geissler
Features
• Sample responses to the questions featured in each unit
• Question guides to help students organize their own responses
• Pair work and group work activities to keep students active and engaged
• Audio recordings of sample responses to model intonation and
pronunciation of useful phrases and vocabulary
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Benefits for students who practice this type of extensive speaking
include:
Greater confidence at approaching tasks that require students to speak on
a given topic
• Development of critical thinking skills as they select and organize information
to be shared
• Development of speaking skills particularly related to detailing personal
experiences and explaining personal opinions or preferences
• Increased classroom participation through listening, responding, and sharing
•
• まだ英語を話すことに自信がない方へ最適の一冊です。
• 自分のことや娯楽、社会問題など、様々なテーマに沿った質問が250問以上も各レベル
Speaking & Conversation
20ユニットに収録されています。
• TOEICやTOEFLのスピーキング対策にもなります。
Unit 01
◀
4 Choose one of the questions below. Prepare your answer to this question
6 Listen to each response and match it to the question it answers.
Track 3
by writing notes below. Use the questions from Part 3 to help with your notes.
a. What is your favorite school subject?
a. Describe your favorite leisure‐time activity or hobby.
Response #1
b. What is your favorite kind of car?
b. Describe your favorite animal or pet. Explain why it is
your favorite.
Response #2
c. Describe your favorite TV program and why it is your favorite.
Response #3
c. Who is your favorite band or singer?
Just Speak Up
Level 1
Question: _____
For more practice, look at the transcripts on page 1 and practice these responses with
a classmate.
My Notes
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
7 Choose one of the questions below. Prepare your
___________________________________________________________________________
own response to this question by writing notes in
the provided space. Be sure to explain your answer.
rite leisure‐time activity or hobby.
Now interview two classmates. They will interview you as well.
First, ask which question they chose. Then make notes of each answer.
My Classmates
01
Unit
Name: ___________
Name: ___________
Question: _____
My Favorite
Question: _____
_________________________________
_________________________________
________________________
_________________________________
________________________
_________________________________
rite animal or pet. Explain why
rite TV program and
ite.
Now share your response with a classmate.
1 Listen to the speakers. Write the questions that they answ
swer.
Track 2
What is your favorite subject at school?
My favorite subject at school is English.
Why do you like this subject?
I like studying it because it’s interesting, and I know that it is very
for
se:my future career.
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need to speak and understand English well because I want to work
Excellent
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OK
Fluency:
Excellent
Good in tourism.
OK
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Pronunciatio
Track 1
a. Speaker #1: Who is your favorite ___________
_ ?
b. Speaker #2: What is your favorite __________
___ ___________?
5 Tell your class about one of the classmates
Question: _____
My Notes
_______________
___________
_______________
___________
_____
3 Listen_____
to each
dialog
and read along.
_____
___________
_______________
__________
PEOPLE/THINGS _
__________
_______________
_
A:
B:
A:
B:
c. Speaker #3: What is your favorite ____
_________ to ___________?
Example:
I talked to Alex. He told me about
his favorite school subject. He said
his favorite subject is math. I thought
that was strange, but he thinks math
is fun. He said he can solve problems
pretty fast, so his homework doesn’t
take a long time.
ing
by writingg them
t
in the correct categories.
2 Sort the words
Rate your own speak
Info
Flue
Pro
OK
OK
OK
Excellent
Good
band
Excellent
Good
Excellent
Good
interesting
speak
teacherr
beautiful
know
sports car
understand
UNIT 01
cool
powerful
fastest
voice
DESCRIPTIONS
ng one or more of these questions for extra practice.
drive
sing
study
PEOPLE/THINGS
important
singer
subject
A: What is your favorite kind of car?
three sentences in your response to each question.
B: My favorite kind of car is a Bugatti.
your favorite friend and explain why he or she is your favorite friend.
A: What is special about this kind of car?
your favorite video or computer game and explain why it is your favorite.
B: It is one of the fastest sports cars in the world.
your favorite sporting event and explain why it is your favorite.
A: Why would you like to have one of these cars?
your favorite job and explain why it is your favorite.
B: It looks cool, so I think I would get a lot of attention from people if
I drove one.
UNIT 01
ACTIONS
A:
B:
A:
B:
Who is your favorite band or singer?
My favorite singer is Shania Twain.
What do you like about this singer?
I like the way she sings. She has a very powerful
voice.
A: How is she different from other singers?
B: A lot of singers these days are famous because
of their appearance, but she is both beautiful
and talented.
DESCRIPTIONS
ACTIONS
Now practice these dialogs with a classmate.
UNIT 01 My Favorite
Favorite 9
Sample Page
Answer Key
FreeMP3
Available online
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Title
10 UNIT 01 My Favorite
Units
Pages
Transcript & Answer Key
Just Speak Up 1
20
88
36
Just Speak Up 2
20
88
36
Just Speak Up 3
20
88
36
Age level
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ~Adult
Speaking by Speaking
Skills for Social Competence
David W. Dugas, Ronald T. DesRosiers
Features
• Sociolinguistic framework
• Communicative speaking practice
• Brainstorming activities to access prior, topic-related vocabulary
• Guided speaking to build conversational skills
• Grammar and usage components to examine their varied functions in
communication
• Choral reading as an intensive listening exercise
• Various, colorful, and informative charts
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• 中級から上級向けのスピーキング強化のための教材です。
トピックは現代社会、文化、環
境などPart AとBに分かれたユニットが計12回分あります。
• BrainstormingやDictationから始まり、
ダイアログや表を読み取るアクティビティなどが
分析力や論理的思考を高めます。
• ペアワークやディスカッションが充実しているのでクラスで使用するのに適しています。
III. Description
Small Talk
1.1hrs. 0.8hrs.
1.5hrs.
2.2hrs.
3.0hrs.
8.3hrs.
3.9hrs.
Eating & drinking
Grooming
5
Others
B Pair Work
10
1. Look at the chart again, and complete these descriptions.
a. Students spend ________________________ on sleeping and leisure/sports combined.
b. Students spend ___________ time studying than doing leisure activities.
15
c. Students spend less time on education than ______________________________.
2. Show how you use your time on an average weekday by filling in the following table.
Then create your own pie chart.
Activities
20
24
Hours / Day
Track 3
A
Sleeping
Leisure/Sports
Educational activities
Working
Transportation
3.2hrs.
Y Total=24.0 hours
Y
Speaking by Speaking
Skills for Social Competence
Read the following passage, and answer the questions.
Use the words provided below each question.
Read the following chart, and learn how U.S. college students spend their time.
How do you spend your day? The chart
represents how U.S. college students
reported they spend their time on an average
weekday. Full-time students spend 3.2 hours
in classes, 8.3 hours sleeping, and 3.9 hours
on leisure and sports activities.
◀
IV. Reading and Discussions
Part A Small Talk
A Pie Charts
mericans often have short conversations, called small talk, with
strangers they meet. Such chats occur at bus stops, on buses, in
elevators, while waiting in line—almost anywhere that strangers
gather close together. These short verbal exchanges are a way to say hello and
express friendliness. They usually cover a broad range of topics. These may
include weather, customer service, movies, TV shows, or consumer products.
Personal questions about money, family, religious beliefs and politics are
off limits during these conversations. It’s best to ask open-ended questions. If
you ask visitors whether they like your city, they may say simply, “Yes.” But
if you ask “What do you think of our city?” they will have more freedom in
answering. This type of question also shows that you are interested in their
opinion. If you appear interested in what people are saying, they feel more
comfortable talking with you.
Americans end many conversations with the phrase “Have a nice day” or
“Have a good day.” Store clerks often say this to customers after purchases
are made. It might sound insincere, but studies have shown that it makes
many people feel better. People get a sense that others care about them,
rather than ignoring them. The American greeting “How are you?” has a
similar effect. The questioner may not really care about the answer, but
simply asking the question often raises the other person’s spirits.
4
7
; spoken
verbal: of words
to be
off limits: not
spoken of
permitting
open-ended:
nses
respo
s
spontaneou
sincere;
16 insincere: not
hypocritical
8
sleeping
grooming
1. According to the reading passage, what topics are off-limits for small talk?
eating and cleaning-up
personal affairs, money, family, religion, politics
transportation
Your answer may begin like: They are personal questions such as ....
working
classes
telephone calls, e-mails, or computer-chatting
2. What topics could you use to start a conversation?
socializing/entertainment
Unit
others
3. Compare your typical day with a partner’s.
12
Socializing
Part
A
weather, appearances, lunch, weekend, ice breaker, book, exam
II.theListening
& Speaking
Small TalkYour answer may begin like: It depends, but the weather is probably
number one topic. Actually,
....
A Model Dialog
C Grammar Focus (spend + time + verb-ing)
*NYC: New York City
Track 2
Listen as the teacher reads the model dialog.
• I spend 30 minutes putting on my makeup.
(Scenario – Two employees from a large business firm are attending a company dinner in NYC.)
• I would literally spend about an hour a day commuting back and forth to campus.
Ronaldo:
Maria:
Ronaldo:
Maria:
• I spend approximately 3-4 hours studying and doing homework every day.
15
16
Ronaldo:
Maria:
Ronaldo:
Maria:
Ronaldo:
Maria:
Ronaldo:
I. Warm-Ups
I know this is none of my business, but when did you start working for the firm?
That’s all right. I started four years ago at the Texas office.
What do you think of our new CEO?
He seems to be revising our budget with good sense. (pause)
I just love this ice sculpture.
It’s sublime. (pause) When was the last time you were in NYC?
Oh gosh, I think it was when I was in high school. How about you?
I’ve been living here for quite a while, sixteen years.
There’s nothing like NYC.
Please don’t take this the wrong way, but are you here alone?
Yes, I am. (pause) My wife couldn’t make it
due to another commitment.
Oh, I see. (pause) Uh, I’ve just noticed a coworker from Texas.
I’m going to say hi to her. Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas, have a great night.
B Group Work
Read the model dialog aloud, with a different group for each character.
A Brainstorming the Internet.
C Guided Speaking
Write down as many words as you can about socializing.
Complete the dialog, and practice it, changing roles with a partner.
(Scenario – Two strangers are in a post office queue.)
B Listening
Ulrich: (1) __________________ your hat. Are you a Red Sox fan?
Jerry: Yes I am! (2) _______________________ a good baseball game on a Monday night.
Ulrich: I can’t say I’m a Red Sox fan, but (3) _____________ the pitcher’s fast ball. I
hear he broke a record.
Jerry: (4)______________________ time you watched a game?
Ulrich: (5)_____________________________________________, but I don’t like baseball.
Jerry: Then why did you ask me if I was a fan?
Ulrich: I’m just making small talk. We’ve been waiting in this line for
(6)_________________________.
Track 1
Listen to the short passage about small talk.
C Useful Expressions
Match the related choices.
1. Can you come to my party this Saturday? •
• a. Well, I think I can
2. Please don’t take this the wrong way,
•
• b. It couldn’t be better.
3. I know this is none of my business,
•
• c. but why is your arm in a sling?
4. What do you think of the weather?
•
• d. It’s been
5. How about
•
• e. but that’s a very nice skirt.
6. How long since you stopped smoking?
•
• f. I buy you a beer?
Tip
make it.
quite a while.
and ask about it.
A bus stop, train station, grocery store, elevator lobby, or post office is a great place to make small talk.
13
Title
Sample Page
FreeMP3
Available
online
Speaking by Speaking
Socializing
If you see someone wearing a sports cap or jersey, ask how his team is doing.
If you see a well-dressed person, pick out a piece of the outfit that gets your attention
14
Units
Pages
12
108
57
Age level
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ~Adult
Communicate 1-2,
Motivate 1-2
David Paul
Communicate and Motivate form a four-level, general English classroom
course for teenage and adult beginner-level to Intermediate level learners.
This course is appropriate for students learning English for the first time,
and for those who have studied for years and need a fresh and
communicative approach. Grammar is introduced systematically and
integrated with the situations and topics students need to communicate in
English. Students learn structures through student-centered activities and
apply them in practical situations. Fun activities, humor, and appealing
characters help to draw the students into the course. All language targets
are constantly brought alive through personalization and interactive
activities. Vocabulary and patterns are recycled throughout the course
allowing sustained practice in a supportive environment.
Student Book
with Audio CD (1-4)
Communicate 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-176-6
¥ 1,900
Communicate 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-179-7
¥ 1,900
Motivate 1 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-182-7
¥ 1,900
Motivate 2 with Audio CD
978-1-59966-185-8
¥ 1,900
• このシリーズは高校生、大学生、大人向けのコースブックです。ビギナーの方には
Communicate、ハイビギナーの方にはMotivateをおすすめします。
Speaking & Conversation
• 英語を新たに学習する方にも、
または英語を何年も学習したけれど新しいアプローチ
で英会話を学びたいという方にもぴったりのシリーズです。
• 基礎的な文法や単語の英語で自分の言いたいことが、たくさん伝えられる感動を提供
します。
• 生徒主体のアクティビティで実践的なコミュニケーション能力の向上を図ります。
• ユーモアあふれる楽しい内容や、魅力的なキャラクターが登場するこのコースブックに
生徒はどんどん引き込まれていくことでしょう。
• 著者のウェブサイトで授業に役立つワークブック等が無料でダウンロードできます。
http://communicate-motivate.com
Features
• Student-centered, fully-guided, fun speaking activities that encourage
confidence in using English
• Personalization, humor, and appealing characters help to draw the
students into the course
• A teacher’s guide featuring warm-up and communication activities for each
unit is included in the student book giving teacher’s more flexibility as to what to
bring to class.
• CD audio recordings of dialogs using native-English speaker
pronunciation
• An extensive range of supplementary materials including: workbooks,
teacher guides, activity banks, tests and much more that can be
downloaded from:
http://communicate-motivate.com
Title
Units
Pages
Workbook
Communicate 1
15
116
64 pages
Communicate 2
15
116
64 pages
Motivate 1
15
116
64 pages
Motivate 2
15
116
64 pages
Sample Page
Available online
58
◀
Motivate
Level 1
Go to Communicate-motivate.com
to see a sample unit from each of
the books in this series!
59
Age level
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ~Adult
Hot Topics Japan 1-2
A Culturally Specific Discussion Book
Stephanie Alexander
This series is intended to support a discussion-style classroom
and contains some of the most current issues of interest to young Japanese
People
Features
• Japan-Specific current events to tap into learner’s individual opinions and
knowledge
• Topic-based vocabulary, listening, and reading passages in each unit
• Common useful expressions incorporated in both reading and listening
passages
Student Book with MP3 CD (1-2)
Student Book 1 with MP3 CD
978-1-61352-519-7
¥ 2,200
Student Book 2 with MP3 CD
978-1-61352-520-3
¥ 2,200
• 生徒が積極的にディスカッションしやすい、現代の日本の文化や習慣をテーマに取り
上げています。
• リーディング、
リスニング、
ライティングの問題もあります。4スキルを伸ばし、留学先や
日本に興味のある海外の人に日本の文化について、
自分の意見を英語で語る力が身
Speaking & Conversation
に付きます。
Book 1
60
Book 2
People & Society
Personal Space
Japanese Restaurant Culture
Collectivism
People & Society
Holidays in Japan
The Low Crime Rate of Japan
WaiWai Stories and International Media
Health & Fitness
Natural vs. Artificial Ingredients in Snacks
Medical Masks in Japan
Japanese Tea
Health & Fitness
The Healthy Habits of Japanese Women
Otsukare
Traditional Japanese Foods
Children & Education
Youth Subcultures in Japan
Juku Culture
Studying Abroad
Children & Education
Martial Arts in Schools
Whole Person Education
The Suzuki Method
Science & Technology
Cell Phone Etiquette in Public Places
Vending Machines
Robotics Research
Science & Technology
Internet Café Kids
E-wallets
The Space Program
Art & Culture
Manga
Karaoke
Japanese Gardens
Art & Culture
A J-Pop Sensation
Taboo Tattoos
The Business of Cosplay
Sample pages from
Title
Hot Topics Japan 1 - Medical Masks in Japan
Units
Pages
Hot Topics Japan 1
15
98
Hot Topics Japan 2
15
98
MP3 CD
61
Age level
New
Edition
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 ~Adult
Drive series 1-4
A Vocabulary and Skill Builder
John Gustafson, Liana Robinson, Tamara Wilburn, Liana Robinson, Jake
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Vocabulary
Introduction of
Vocabulary
Part 1
Grammar
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Grammar
Grammar & Vocabulary
Prctice
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English for Everyday Activities
Second Edition
イラストでわかる日常生活の英語表現【改訂版】
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• 朝起きてから寝るまでの日常生活でよく使われる英単語や表現の仕方をコミックのよ
うにイラストを使い紹介します。
• 英語初心者でもカラフルなイラストを見ながら楽しく学習でき、
クラスでも個人学習で
ESP
もお使いいただけます。
• 日本語版イラストでわかる日常生活の英語表現【改訂版】は英語版English for
Everyday Activitiesと同じ内容ですが日本語の解説が付いています。
◀
U
Section 1. Starting the Day 1日の始まり
T
NI
イラストでわかる日常生活の英語表現【改訂版】
Simple Present
1
Section 1 では朝起きてから、出かけるまでのいろいろな動
作が出てきます。これらの動作は毎日(毎回)繰り返して行う
ものです。このとき、英文では必ず動詞は現在形になります。
VERBS
brush
dry off
eat
flush
get dressed
get out of
leave
make
ring
shave
take (a shower)
wake up
wash
動詞の現在形と一緒に使われる
「時の表現」
習慣を表す表現
朝、最初にすること
Key Vocabulary
例)I brush my teeth every
私は毎日歯をみがきます。
みがく、髪をとく
day.
On Saturdays, Dan sleeps late.
十分にぬぐう
食べる
土曜日には、ダンは遅くまで寝ています。
• every day
• in the morning
• once a week
• usually
• often
• sometimes
• on Sundays
毎日(every morning 毎朝)
朝に(in the afternoon 午後に、at night 夜に)
一週間に一回(once a month ひと月に一回)
たいてい
よく
ときどき
日曜日に(on Mondays 月曜日に…)
トイレを流す
服を着る
∼から出る
離れる
作る
鳴る
razor
ひげを剃る
(シャワーを)浴びる
目覚める、起きる
洗う
かみそり
Dan’s alarm clock rings,...
...and he wakes up.
目覚まし時計がなると、
ダンは目を覚まします。
shaving
cream
NOUNS
目覚まし時計
alarm clock
アパート
apartment
バスルーム
bathroom
ベッド
bed
朝食
breakfast
髪
hair
手
hand
朝
morning
かみそり
razor
shaving cream シェービング・クリーム
シャワー
shower
トイレ
toilet
便器
toilet bowl
歯
tooth [teeth 複 ]
タオル
towel
シェービング・
クリーム
He brushes his teeth,...
(see p. 8)
...shaves,...
ひげを剃って、
歯をみがいて、
He gets out of bed.
He goes into the bathroom.
ベッドから出ます。
バスルームに行きます。
...and takes a shower.
(see p. 9)
シャワーを浴びます。
For Special Attention
• get up 「起きる」
例)“What time did you get up?”
“At 7:00.”
He dries himself off with a
towel.
「何時に起きましたか」「7時です」
• after 「∼の後で」
• use the toilet 別のていねいな言い
方に go to the bathroom / use the
bathroom という表現がある。
• ðush a toilet 「トイレを流す」
• take a shower/bath 「シャワーを
浴びる/風呂に入る」
• then 「それから」
Then he brushes his hair.
それから髪をとかします。
タオルで体を拭きます。
He gets dressed.
(see pp. 10-13)
服を着ます。
toilet
bowl
便器
After using the toilet and
flushing it,...
...he washes his hands.
手を洗います。
トイレを使い、流したあとで、
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He makes breakfast...
(see pp. 15-17)
...and eats it.
(see p. 18)
Then, he leaves the apartment.
(see p. 19)
朝食を作って
食べます。
そして、
ダンはアパートを出ます。
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UNIT
UNIT
Introductions
Nice to meet you.
I’m Mary Smith.
Words and Phrases to Learn
● call: to use as my name
● nothing special: just the usual
● come have: to come over and
have (sth)
● see you then: to see you at
that time
Key Expressions
Austin is my hometown.
= I grew up in Austin.
2
What are your plans this
evening? = What are you up
to this evening?
Hello.
Hi.
I’m Kimberly Jones.
Please call me Kim.
Where are
you from?
Atlanta. But I was living
in Chicago for the last
four years.
They walk toward each
other....
◀
Hi, Kim! Please come in!
Thanks for
inviting me.
Key Expressions
1
Would you like...
= Can I get you...
2
Orange juice sounds good.
= I’d like some orange juice.
1
Mary sees her new neighbor.
The Visit
Words and Phrases to Learn
● greet: to say hello
● look around: to walk around
and look
● offer: to ask if (sb) wants
(sth)
● our pleasure: we’re glad you
could come
May I take
your jacket?
Everyday Survival English
Sure.
Thank you.
Our pleasure.
Kim arrives at John and
Mary’s house.
Mary hangs up Kim’s jacket.
Are you from here?
Yes,1 Austin is my
hometown.
That’s nice.
John, meet Kim,
our new neighbor!
Let’s go into the
living room.
Hello, Kim. Nice to meet you.
Thanks. Good to meet you, too.
coat hooks
mailbox
....and shake hands.
2
What are
your plans
this evening?
Nothing
special.
Mary asks about Kim’s
evening schedule.
Mary asks where Kim is from.
Come have coffee
with my husband
and me. Is around
8:00 OK?
They talk.
Well, see you
tonight!
That sounds
great, thanks.
Mary invites Kim to her
house.
Mary introduces John to Kim.
John and Kim greet each other
and shake hands.
1
Kim, would you like
anything to drink?
OK. See
you then.
Yes, please.
Your home is lovely.
They go into another room.
We have
coffee, juice,
soda, wine...
2
Orange juice
sounds good,
thanks.
I’ll have some
too, dear.
Thank you very much.
Kim looks around the house.
They say good-bye.
7
Mary offers Kim a drink....
....and tells her the choices.
8
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Listening and Speaking
A Choose the best answer for each question.
WARM-UP
1. What should you get ready first when going on a trip?
a. Reservations
b. Travel papers
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Second Edition
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A Match each question with the appropriate response.
1. What is the fee?
c. Vaccinations
d. Luggage
2. Where should you keep a copy of your passport?
a. With your travel agent
•
• a. I am on vacation with my family.
2. Are you here for business or pleasure? •
• b. Sure, here are my driver’s license
3. Is your passport valid?
•
and passport.
• c. It is $150 US.
4. Do you have an entry visa?
•
• d. Yes. I have a B-1 business visa.
5. Can I see some photo ID, please?
•
• e. It is valid until January 2010.
b. At your embassy
c. With you, in your suitcase, and with a friend
d. At your hotel
DIALOG 1
track
A Listen to the dialog and choose T for true or F for false.
3. What will the doctor give you after you get vaccinations?
a. An immunization record
b. A special kind of visa
c. A letter stating you can safely go to foreign countries
d. A disease
02
1. The man is going on a vacation.
T
F
2. The man will be abroad for less than 14 days.
3. The fee for a B-1 visa is $65.
T
T
F
F
track
B Listen again and fill in the blanks.
4. In case of accidents or sickness, what should you buy before you travel?
a.
b.
c.
d.
A first aid kit
Travel health insurance
A tourist visa
A driver’s license
Can I help you?
Businessman
I’d like to apply for an American
visa.
Immigration Agent
What kind of visa do you need?
_____________________ or
_____________________?
Businessman
_____________________.
B Choose T for true or F for false.
1. Make sure that your passport is valid for one year
before you travel.
T
F
2. You do not need a visa if you are on business.
T
F
ESP
3. You need to show your travel itinerary to everyone.
T
F
T
F
Immigration Agent
OK. You need a B-1 business
visa.
Businessman
What’s the _____________________?
Immigration Agent
4. You need to bring your immunization record when
you travel.
Chapter 1
02
Immigration Agent
Businessman
Before Going Abroad
It is _____________________ for _____________________ days, after entry.
Reading Passage
That’s perfect. What’s the fee?
Immigration Agent
You must pay a $75 _____________________.
Businessman
Thanks.
track
Preparing Documents
C Practice the dialog with your partner.
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embassy. Most countries charge a fee for passports. If you have a passport, make
Documents
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Getting your papers ready is the first thing you do before a trip. The first document
you need is a passport. You can apply for one at an immigration office or at an
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3:53:30months. Make copies of it. Keep copies with you,
in your suitcase, and with a friend or family member.
Another thing to get ready is a visa. A visa is a stamp or sticker in your passport.
Some visas are for business. Others are for study or travel. Sometimes you need
Vocabulary Preview
passport
valid
visa
embassy
vaccination
insurance
to get your visa before you travel. Each country is different. You can apply at the
embassy for that country. In other countries, you can get your visa when you land
fee
itinerary
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at the airport.
Your travel itinerary is a list of your plans. You need to keep it safe. Keep a copy
with you all the time. Give a copy of your itinerary to a friend or family member.
A Match the words to the meanings.
1. ___ passport
a. money you pay for something
2. ___ visa
b. a list of things to do on a holiday or trip
When traveling to another country, your vaccinations need to be up to date. Go
3. ___ vaccination
c. legally acceptable or usable
4. ___ fee
d. a government document used for going to and leaving from other
countries
5. ___ valid
e. an injection given to protect you from getting sick
6. ___ embassy
f. the office that represents your country to a foreign government
7. ___ insurance
g. a stamp or sticker in your passport allowing you to go to another
country for business, school, or vacation
8. ___ itinerary
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to your doctor. Tell the doctor where you are going. He or she will give you the
vaccinations and then give you an immunization record. This is a small booklet
with your vaccination history in it. Take it on your trip.
Think about buying travel health insurance. Most insurance companies will give
you a card that has your insurance company name and number. You can use this
card if you have an accident.
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h. something to help you pay for accidents and sickness when you
travel
Now that all your documents are
ready, you can start making
reservations!
B Complete the sentences with the correct word.
1. Do you think health _______________ is necessary when you travel?
2. According to my _______________, I will be in Paris on July 13th.
3. Make sure to check that your passport is _______________ before you leave.
4. Do I need a tourist _______________ to enter Australia?
5. The nearest Canadian _______________ is in the capital, Seoul.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Before Going Abroad
1
2
Documents
Reservations
Chapter 2 Airports and Airlines
3
4
5
6
Flight Check-In
Getting to the Gate
In-Flight
Arrival at Your Destination
Chapter 3 Hotels
7
8
9
10
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Guest Reception
Hotel Services
Guest Information
Guest Check-Out
Chapter 4 Restaurants
11 Suggesting
Restaurants
12 Ordering
13 Asian Cuisine
14 American Cuisine
15 Buffets and Brunches
Chapter 5 Points of Interest
16 City Tours
17 Museums and
Entertainment
18 Conferences
Chapter 6 Destinations
19
20
21
22
23
24
New York City
London
Sydney
Beijing
Cape Town
Rio de Janeiro
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1. What makes a good telephone call?
Vo c a b u l a r y
A checklist
Before the call
Prepare well before you call.
Plan what you want to say.
Prepare answers to possible questions.
Send an e-mail before the call, if necessary.
Have all information available.
NOUNS
antenna
battery
code
cold call
connection
dial tone
display
extension
greeting
objective
reason
result
signal
small talk
subscriber
teleconference
touch pad
voice mail
During the call
Create a positive atmosphere.
Communicate your objective clearly.
Listen --- make sure you understand.
Check --- make sure the other person understands you.
D
ADVERBS
politely
positively
O
G
http://access.englishcentral.com/compass/goodtelephonecall
Linda:
Mark:
Linda:
Mark:
phone
small talk
cold call
busy signal
Would it be possible to get some tips from you for calling customers?
Sure. I can show you the __________ I use when I call customers.
You prepare everything you’re going to say before you call?
No, but I have an outline I follow for calls. If it is a __________, I greet the
customer and identify myself. Then I tell them the reason for my call.
You don’t start the conversation with __________?
No. I get to the point by politely asking if they are interested. It saves time.
Do you ever leave messages for people on their voice mail?
Not usually. And if I get a __________, I call that person again later in the day.
antenna
display
touch pad
cellular phone
V
O
C
A
B
U
L
A
R
Y
Circle the word that does not belong in each group.
subscriber
Numbers
Local
National
International code
Extension
Work number
Home number
L
plan
receiver
BASIC TERMS
available
busy
long distance
positive
A
Linda:
Mark:
Linda:
Mark:
Recharging
the battery.
*See page 32, Cross Cultural Tips
Equipment
Phone
Receiver
Cellular (mobile) phone
Display
Handset
Hands-free kit
Teleconference facilities
Battery
I
Fill in the blanks. Listen and check.
Prepare your telephone
call in advance.
Ending the call
Confirm the result of the call.
End politely and positively.
ADJECTIVES
People
Caller
Subscriber
Switchboard operator
Services
Directory assistance
Voice mail
Can I interest
you in some
low-priced English
dictionaries?
Calls
A cold call
An international call
A local call
A conference call
A long distance call
When the receiver pays =
8
The first thing
I wanted to talk
about is the
budget.
Beginning the call
Make a greeting and identify yourself clearly.
Ask for connection to the person you want to speak to.
After connection, greet the person.
Small talk *
Give a reason for the call.
VERBS
call collect
check
communicate
confirm
greet
identify
plan
prepare
recharge
reverse
charge
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Student Book
P
1. antenna
dial tone
display
touch pad
2. communicate
listen
redial
speak
3. busy signal
call waiting
caller ID
voice mail
4. access code
extension
phone number
zip code
5. check
confirm
greet
repeat
R
A
C
T
I
C
E
Choose the best word to complete the sentence.
Cold call---selling
1. He is not __________ to come to the phone right now.
Tones
Dial tone
Busy signal
Number not in service
2. I think this phone is broken. I didn’t hear a __________ when I picked it up.
a. available
a. dial tone
b. positive
b. greeting
c. possible
c. subscriber
d. necessary
d. touch pad
3. My cell phone battery is low, so I should __________ it.
to reverse the charges - U.K.
to make a collect call - U.S.A.
Chapter 1. English for the Telephone
a. confirm
b. identify
c. recharge
d. reverse
4. The manager requested a __________ with the branch office in Mexico.
a. battery
b. cold call
c. small talk
d. teleconference
5. Is it possible to make __________ calls from the phones in the office?
a. available
b. busy
c. positive
d. long distance
Chapter 1. English for the Telephone
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 English For the Telephone
Chapter 2 English For Presentations
Chapter 3 English For Meetings
Chapter 4 English For Socializing
Chapter 5 English For Negotiating
Chapter 6 Writing For International Business: E-mails, Letters and Reports
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Unit I. Before a Guest Checks In
UNIT
Before a Guest Checks In
1. Taking a Reservation by Phone
2. Revising a Reservation
Unit I. Before a Guest Checks In
Unit I. Before a Guest Checks In
{ 1. Taking a Reservation by Phone }
And when
will you be
arriving?
Pine Ridge
Hotel.
KEY VOCABULARY
Pine Ridge
Hotel.
How may I
help you?
KEY VOCABULARY
Verbs
3. Suggesting Alternative Accommodation
I have a reservation.
I’d like to extend
our stay by one day.
Verbs
ask
call
check
check in
hold [held]
pull up
quote
repeat
say [said] goodbye
search
spell
write [wrote] down
add
agree
ask
allocate
answer a phone
extend
look up
offer
The revise
number is
1-2-3-4...
save
Hi, I’d like to
get a room for
next month,
please.
Maryn Karini called the Pine Ridge Hotel
to make a reservation.
Let me
check
for you.
Pat asked for the dates of her stay.
Could we
please have a
room with two
queen beds?
How
many
people?
Pat asked her to spell her last name and entered her
details in the guest database.
When does
that expire?
Maryn asked if she could add a night to
her reservation.
Hmm. Your room
is already booked
for Sunday the 7th.
One moment.
upgrade
Just one
moment,
please.
Nouns
change
Your
database
confirmation
guest
number is....
record
reservation
room
sea view
stay
That’s one
double-queen
room for 4
nights...
July 16th for
one night,
please.
Verbs
Maryn gave her credit card number to hold the
reservation.
Nouns
availability
calendar
computer terminal
confirmation number
credit card
database
details
expiration date
issue number
reservation
room rate
party
security code
signature
valid from date
KEY VOCABULARY
Pat answered the phone.
call
explain
host
offer
put [put]
suggest
Mr. Johnson called the Pine
Ridge Hotel to make a
reservation.
Nouns
If you’d like,
I could upgrade you
to a sea-view room
throughout your
stay. That’s available
through Sunday.
I’m sorry, but
we have no
vacancies.
However, the hotel was
fully booked...
Pat explained that there
were no rooms available...
accommodation
conference
phone number
reservation
room
vacancy
waiting list
Adjectives
She pulled up the hotel’s
reservations calendar on her
computer terminal.
Maryn asked for
a double-queen room.
Pat asked how many
people would be in
Maryn’s party.
Pat looked up Maryn’s
record in the database.
Adjective
available
Pat asked for the card’s
expiration date.
Pat repeated the details of the
booking...
Maryn’s room was
already allocated to
another guest.
Pat offered to upgrade
Maryn to a room with a sea
view.
alternative
available
booked
Sure.
Thank you.
...and read Maryn a confirmation
number to write down.
...because the hotel was
hosting a large conference.
She offered to find
another hotel with a
vacancy.
Pat offered to put him on
the waiting list for a room.
Adjective
Call 555-7722
and ask for Mrs.
Gaines. She’ll
help you.
satisfied
Will there be
anything else,
Mrs. Karini?
Pat searched the reservation system for
availability.
See you
on the 4th!
She quoted Maryn the room rate and
Maryn wrote it down.
Maryn agreed and Pat revised the
reservation...
Pat checked that the guest was satisfied with the
reservation...
Types of rooms and beds
...and said goodbye.
...then she saved the changes.
Pat suggested that the Hilltop Inn might
have some rooms.
Culture and Language
●
●
allocate = give out, assign
Revise means “change [something] to make it better”
●
She gave Mr. Johnson the Hilltop’s
phone number.
When Pat upgrades Maryn’s room, she gives Maryn a
higher-quality room for the same price as the room she
requested.
Credit Cards
Culture and Language
issue number
●
Single
8
Twin
Full-size
Queen
card number
King
As used in this chapter, booked means “reserved.”
●
signature
10
valid from date
A conference is a very large meeting that draws
hundreds of people.
security code
expiration date
ESP
9
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Taking Reservations by Telephone
UNIT 1
I’d like to make a dinner
reservation, please.
...Chez Max.
Fred speaking.
Good afternoon.
May I help you?
...We’ll see you on the fourteenth.
Goodbye, Ms Reid.
Thank you for calling...
Exercises
4. Write out some ways of saying the time shown on the clocks below.
1. Choose a word from the box to match each picture below.
Certainly, madam.
notepad
floor chart
reservation record
caller
waiter
date
window table
non-smoking sign
seven fifteen
Fred, the head-waiter, answered
the telephone at Chez Max. He
greeted the caller...
For what date, please?
...and identified the restaurant
and himself.
The fourteenth of February.
He offered to assist the caller.
The caller wished to make a
dinner reservation. Fred got
out the reservation notepad.
May I have your
name, please?
8:30
...and wrote down the details
as she spoke.
...and said goodbye.
Addressing Guests
Whenever possible use:
SIR / MADAM
or
MR / MRS / MS / TITLE
+ name
when you speak to guests.
Yes, it’s Reid. Ms
Reid. That’s R-E-I-D.
He asked her for the date of
the reservation...
Before ending the conversation, Fred
thanked the caller...
He found out the time of the
reservation.
Fred asked the caller for her
name. She spelt it out for him.
Just a minute, Ms Reid,
I’ll see if we have a table.
I’m very sorry, Ms Reid, but there
are no tables left in non-smoking.
Speaking about TIME
10
9
8
11 12 1
2
3
4
7 6 5
10
9
8
11 12 1
2
3
4
7 6 5
10
9
8
11 12 1
2
3
4
7 6 5
10
9
8
11 12 1
2
3
4
7 6 5
I’d like a table in nonsmoking, by the window.
Finally Fred copied all the information
on the notepad into the restaurant
reservation record.
At eight o’clock
At eight
At a quarter past eight
At eight fifteen
At eight thirty
At half past eight
At a quarter to eight
At seven forty-five
Speaking about DATES
waiter
________________________
________________________
Fred checked the floor chart.
So that’s a window table for
four, at eight-thirty, on the
fourteenth of February.
We have a window table in smoking.
Would you care for that?
He apologized because the
non-smoking section was
booked out that night.
Could I have a contact
number, please?
Yes, all right.
Yes. It’s
7745632.
He offered her an alternative,
and asked for her agreement.
16
Ms Reid accepted the offer.
Fred read back to Ms Reid all
the details he had written on
the reservation notepad.
__________________
__________________
__________________
__________________
__________________
He asked Ms Reid for a
contact number and wrote it
down on the notepad.
VERBS
accept
address
answer
apologize
ask [for]
assist
care for
[something]
check
copy
end
find [out]
get out
[something]
greet
identify
make
[a reservation]
offer
reserve
spell
take
[a reservation]
write
NOUNS
agreement
alternative
caller
contact number
date
details
floor chart
head-waiter
information
notepad
number
party
record
request
reservation
section
title
window
waiter
Written: 14 Feb 14/2 2.14.2008
________________________
Spoken: February fourteenth
The fourteenth of February
OTHERS
booked out
instead
non-smoking
smoking
special
For Special Attention
• make a reservation = the caller
makes a reservation.
• take a reservation = the waiter
takes a reservation
• A floor chart is a plan showing all the
tables and parts of the restaurant.
• details = small items of
information
• A reservation record is a book
that contains all the details of
reservations.
• a booking = a reservation
• booked out / fully booked = the
restaurant is full and can’t take
any more reservations
• a special request = the caller asks
for something more, e.g. a window
table, or a birthday cake etc.
• identify yourself = say who you are
• a party = a group
• offered her an alternative = gave
her another choice or possibility
NB: Some women prefer to use the
title MS, instead of MRS or
MISS.
More Expressions
Picture
3 “How can I help you, sir?”
23 May
12th Dec
2.6.2008
31/12
__________________
__________________
__________________
__________________
[ c ]
1. Identifying yourself
2. Greeting
________________________
________________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
________________________
_______________________
[
]
a. “a round table near the door”
b. “I’m afraid we’re fully booked tonight.”
3. A special request
[
]
c. “Jenny speaking.”
4. Apologizing
[
]
d. “Good afternoon, sir.”
5. Spelling out something
[
]
e. “Can I help you, madam?”
6. Making a reservation
[
]
f. “I’ll check the floor chart for you.”
7. Assisting a caller
[
]
g. “That’s H-U-D-S-O-N.”
8. Offering to do something
for someone
[
]
h. “I’d like to book a table for dinner, please.”
_______________________
5
“For which day?”
7
3. Match the words in column A with their meanings in column B.
“What time is the reservation
for?”
A
B
“At what time?”
8
“Could I have your name,
please?”
“Under what name?”
9
April 5
the fifth of April
__________________
7. What is the head-waiter saying to the callers below? Fill in the speech bubbles.
1. assist ............................. [ e ]
“For how many people?”
]
b. no more seats/tables
3. a group ......................... [
]
c. say sorry
4. a request ....................... [
]
1.
2.
3.
4.
Could I have a
window table please?
a. give your name
2. reserve .......................... [
d. say yes to an offer
11
“I’ll check if we have a table.”
5. fully booked ................. [
]
e. help
16
“Could you give me a contact 6. apologize ...................... [
number, please?”
]
f. book
7. accept ........................... [
]
g. a party
18
“We look forward to seeing
you on the fourteenth.”
8. identify yourself ........... [
]
h. something a person asks for
The tenth of April.
At one o’clock
Yes. It’s 7763425.
8. Discuss the following questions with your trainer or partner.
1. Why do some women prefer to use the title MS instead of MISS or MRS?
2. Why did Fred ask the caller for a contact number?
18
3. Why does Fred write down details on a notepad while he talks to the caller?
17
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__________________
__________________
6. Match the terms on the left with the statements on the right.
2. Fred asked the caller for the details of the reservation. What information did Fred ask for?
Key Vocabulary
The caller had a special
request – a window table.
________________________
Written: 31 Dec 31/12 12.31.2008
Spoken: December thirty-first
The thirty-first of December
date of reservation
_______________________
For four.
________________________
Written: 1 Jan 1/1 1.1.2008
Spoken: January first
The first of January
For how many,
Ms Reid?
Fred asked Ms Reid for the
number of people in her party.
__________________
or
a quarter past seven
5. Write down a spoken form of these dates.
And for what time, madam?
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1
2
3
4
Getting the Class room Ready
Getting Learners
Planning Lessons
Using Teaching Aids
Section 2 Learning Activities
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Teaching Listening
Nurturing Grammatical Awareness
Leading Pronunciation Practice
Facilitating Speaking
Introducing Vocabulary
Beginning Reading
Presenting a Story-Reading Lesson
Guiding Writing Practice
Section 3 Managing the Class
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14
15
16
Giving Instructions
Grouping Learners
Organizing Project Work
Eliciting Responses and
Offering Feedback
17 Encouraging Good Behavior
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Section 4 Using Multimedia Resources
18 Playing Audio Recordings
19 Showing Video Recordings
20 Using Computer and the
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What Should an English
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Y Figure 1.1 The teacher’s jobs
Main Idea
1. Planning
008
Chapter 1 What Should an English Teacher Do?
This book is written for teachers of English as a foreign language (EFL). I have
also written a book directed to teachers of English as a second language (ESL).
Teaching English as a foreign language occurs when the foreign language,
English, is not widely used in that particular country outside of the classroom.
This teaching situation determines three important characteristics of EFL.
007
Chapter 1 What Should an English Teacher Do?
The main idea in this chapter is that the most important job of the
teacher is to plan, and this planning involves applying the principle
of the four strands. According to this principle, a well-planned course
has four equal strands of learning from input (listening and reading),
learning from output (speaking and writing), deliberate language study,
and fluency development. Each strand should get roughly the same
amount of time in a course.
1 The classroom activities may be the only significant source of input and
language use for the learners. The teacher therefore has to play a strong
role in the organisation of learning.
2 Often, there is no clear learning need. English is learned because it
is important, but not because the learners immediately need it for
communication. There may be examination needs, but these are usually
not very communicative needs.
3 The language is typically studied as a compulsory subject, so motivation
and achievement may be low. Because of this, materials designed for ESL
learners may not be suitable for EFL learners. ESL learners may have a
higher level of proficiency and thus materials designed for them are too
uncontrolled and difficult for EFL learners.
Every EFL Teacher.indd 007
What Should Every
EFL Teacher Know?
2012-12-27 9:43:21
2. Training the learners
3. Testing
4. Teaching
An English teacher has four main jobs. The first job is to plan and run a course
that gives learners a good balance of opportunities for learning and which
helps them learn the most useful language features at their present stage of
learning. The second job is to train learners in strategies that will help them
continue their learning and deal with communication situations outside the
classroom. The third job is to test and monitor the learners to find out what
they know now and how their knowledge and skill in use of the language
is developing. The fourth job is to teach. I define teaching narrowly here,
referring to activities where the teacher is the source of the information and
the focus of attention. Typically, in such teaching, the teacher also determines
the pace of the learning.
Each of these four jobs requires certain knowledge and skills and the goal of
this book is to make you very familiar with these. Let us now look at each of
these four jobs in turn.
Planning and Running a Balanced Course
Throughout this book the idea of the four strands will be used as a way of
balancing opportunities for learning. The principle of the four strands says
that a well-balanced course consists of four equal strands—(1) meaningfocused input, (2) meaning-focused output, (3) language-focused learning,
and (4) fluency development. Each of these strands should get an equal
amount of time in the total course.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
What Should an English Teacher Do?
How Do You Teach Listening and Speaking?
How Do You Make Good Problem-Solving
Speaking Activities?
Chapter 4 How Do You Teach Reading?
Chapter 5 How Do You Teach Writing?
Chapter 6 How Do You Teach Pronunciation and
Spelling?
Chapter 7 How Do You Teach Vocabulary?
Chapter 8 How Do You Teach Grammar?
Chapter 9 How Do You Teach Discourse?
Chapter 10 Teaching English for Special Purposes
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Chapter 11 Twenty Additional Techniques for Language
Learning
Chapter 12 How Do You Test Learners?
Chapter 13 How Do You Plan a Lesson?
Chapter 14 How Do You Plan a Language Course?
Chapter 15 How Do You Deal with Teaching Problems?
Chapter 16 How Do You Control a Class?
Chapter 17 How Do You Become a Better English Teacher?
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• 本物のテストに限りなく近づけるため、長さ、形式、
レイアウト、指示も全く同じです。
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5.
4.
6.
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Practice Test 1
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LISTENING TEST
In the Listening test, you will be asked to demonstrate how well you understand spoken English. The
entire Listening section of the test will last approximately 45 minutes. Directions are given for each of
the four parts. There is a separate answer sheet for marking answers. Do not write your answers in the
test book.
Part 1
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear four statements about each picture in your textbook. After
listening to all four statements, you must select the one statement that best describes what you see in the
picture. Then, find the number of that question on your answer sheet and mark your answer. The statements
will be spoken only one time, and are not printed in your test book.
1.
Sample Answer
Example
A
B
C
D
2.
Now listen to the four statements.
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Therefore, you should choose answer (B).
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01
History
Reading Passage
C. Read the passage. Number each paragraph with the correct main idea or purpose.
1. The writer’s opinion of Stalin
2. Information about changes Stalin made in the Soviet Union
3. What the passage is about
4. Information about Stalin’s name change
Getting Ready to Read
A. Learn the words.
Joseph Stalin
Key Vocabulary
_____ Joseph
well-known
well-known famous;
famous;
talked
talked
about
about
factory
factory
a place
a place
where
where
goods
goods
areare
made,
made,
usually
usually
by by
machines
machines
cruel
cruel
willfully
willfully
causing
causing
pain
pain
or distress
or distress
TOEFL Vocabulary
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leader
impact
nation
agriculture
industry
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thethe
head
head
of aofnation
a nation,
or political
politicalparty
party, or other group of people
a strong
a strong
effect
effect
or aorstrong
influence
influence
a country
a country
thethe
practice
practice
of farming
of farming
or growing
or growing
crops
crops
thethe
practice
practice
of manufacturing
of manufacturing
goods
goods
Stalin is a well-known leader. He was the leader of the Soviet Union from
1928 until 1953.
he was born, he was called Iosif Dzhugashvili. Later he changed his name
to Stalin. The word “Stalin” means “man of steel” in Russian. Stalin chose this new
name so that people would think of him as a strong leader.
_____ Stalin had a big impact on the Soviet Union. He changed the country. It went from a
nation based on agriculture to one based on industry. He forced thousands of farm
workers to leave their farms. He made them move to the cities to work in factories.
_____ Stalin was cruel. He killed many people to get what he wanted.
_____ When
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Note-taking
D. Complete the summary notes by filling in the blanks.
B. Learn the question types.
Topic:
TOEFL Question Types
Joseph Stalin
Introduction: ____________ leader of the Soviet Union from 1928 to ____________.
Answer Key
Called ____________ Dzhugashvili.
Name:
Vocabulary
Changed his name to ____________.
The word X in the passage is closest in meaning to . . .
In stating X, the author means that . . .
Means “man of ____________” in Russian.
Wanted people to think he was a ____________ leader.
• This type of question asks for the meaning of a word or phrase in the context of how it is
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• From a ____________ based on ____________
• To a nation based on ____________
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____________ the country.
Forced farm ____________ to work in ____________.
The word X in the passage refers to . . .
Conclusion:
Was ____________.
Killed many to get what he wanted.
• This type of question asks for what a word or phrase is referring to.
• The word is often a pronoun.
UNIT 1 History 13
14 | Reading |
Practice
◀
TOEFL Questions
A. Learn the words.
Key Vocabulary
ruins
pottery
mine
Basic Skills for the TOEFL® iBT
Reading Level 1
E. Choose the correct answers.
1. The word he in the passage refers to
the pieces that are left from very old buildings or cities
objects made of baked clay
a hole in the earth for collecting valuable materials
(A) Joseph Stalin
(B) the farm workers
2. The word strong in the passage is closest in meaning to
(A) powerful
(B) healthy
3. The word it in the passage refers to
TOEFL Vocabulary
consist
archaeologist
conclusion
trade
resource
(A) industry
to be made of
someone who studies items from long ago
a decision
buying and selling or exchanging goods
something we can use; something that helps us
(B) the Soviet Union
4. The word forced in the passage is closest in meaning to
(A) made
(B) hit
TOEFL Vocabulary Practice
F. Fill in the blanks with the correct words.
B. Read the passage and underline the key information.
leader
impact
nation
agriculture
industry
Great Zimbabwe Ruins
There is a country in Africa called Zimbabwe. It has many large, old buildings.
Some of these buildings are called the Great Zimbabwe Ruins. Sometimes, they are
called The Houses of Stone. They consist of hundreds of stone ruins.
The ruins were found by Portuguese people in 1531. Nobody had lived in the
buildings for many years. It is not known why people left this place.
Archaeologists studied the ruins in the 1800s. They wanted to learn more about
them. They found many Arabian coins. They also found a lot of Chinese pottery. The
coins and pottery were found near the ruins. They came to the conclusion that the
people who had lived there traded with other nations.
There are many gold mines near the ruins. Archaeologists think the Arabian
and Chinese people wanted the gold. That is why they traded with the people in
Zimbabwe. The gold was a very good trading resource.
16 | Reading |
1. Russia has more land than any other ___________________.
2. Detroit is famous for its car ___________________.
3. President Bill Clinton was the ___________________ of the United States from 1993 to
2001.
4. Taking vitamins has a good ___________________ on my health.
5. Growing fruits and vegetables is an example of ___________________.
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Chapter 1
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Independent Speaking:
Organizing Speech
Practice 1 -- Personal Preference
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Read the prompt below. Write down your answer and related key points in the blanks.
What is your favorite possession? Why do you value it so much? Give reasons and
examples to support your answer.
Necessary Skills
•
•
•
•
Describing a personal experience or expressing a personal preference
Organizing ideas
Expressing a clear topic statement and supporting points
Speaking clearly and accurately with knowledge of grammar, vocabulary,
and pronunciation
My favorite possession is _________________________________________________________________
Reason 1:
It is my favorite possession because ________________________________________________________
Strategies
________________________________________________________________________________________
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to keep in mind.
Process
Reason 2:
Another reason I like it so much is _________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Strategy
Read the related ideas and expressions below. Add at least two of your own.
Read the question and
understand the task.
Be sure that you understand the question and what
the question requires you to do.
Identify the main idea
and create a topic
statement.
Decide on the main idea or choose one of the
positions. Use the relevant parts of the prompt in
making up your topic statement.
Brainstorm and select
supporting ideas.
Quickly think of the supporting ideas from your
experience. Choose those ideas that most clearly
support your topic statement.
Organize the ideas.
Arrange your ideas, putting them in order from most
important to least important.
Related Ideas and Expressions
Favorite:
preferred, most wanted, beloved, _______________, _______________
Possessions:
Sample
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Chapter
Speech
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digital camera, books, jewelry, _______________, _______________
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Chapter 1
Q1
Practice 2 -- Personal Experience
Step 1
Read the prompt below. Write down your answer and related key points in the blanks.
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What is the best advice you ever received? Explain how it helped you. Give reasons and
examples to support your answer.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
The best advice I ever received was _______________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Reason 1:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
First, it was good advice because __________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Reason 2:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Second, the advice helped me _________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Step 3
Now create your own response using words and expressions from Steps 1 and 2. Use the
prompts below to help you.
Read the related ideas and expressions below. Add at least two of your own.
Related Ideas and Expressions
My favorite possession is _________________. I love it because___________________________
Advice:
_________________. It _________________________ so I ______________________. Also, it
recommendation, suggestion, counsel, _______________,
__________________________________________. I can ______________________________________.
_______________
Step 4
Read the response you wrote above out loud. Try to read the response slowly and clearly.
Practice saying the whole response several times. Then close your book and say the response
without looking at the words.
Prepare:
get ready, practice, organize, _______________, _______________
Abroad:
overseas, out of the country, foreign, _______________,
_______________
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birthdays, graduations, reunions, _______________, _______________
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Listen to a sample response. Write down any useful expressions.
beloved:
loved very much
possession:
something a person owns
digital camera:
a camera that stores
pictures as electronic
signals
occasion:
a time when something
happens
reunion:
an event where people
who have not seen each
other in a long time get
together
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recommendation:
advice about how to solve
a problem
counsel:
to give advice about what
to do
prepare:
to make ready for a future
event
abroad:
in or to a foreign country
overseas:
existing in a country
across the ocean from a
person’s home country
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本番に近い緊張感を味わえます。
1. According to paragraph 1, green roofs
TOEFL iBT Practice Test
Reading
®
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
00 : 35 : 00
form of heat. The effect is to raise the air temperature in a city by up to 5º Celsius over the
temperature in the surrounding countryside. Using mathematical models, a Canadian research
team found that if only 5 percent of the roof area of Toronto had green roofs, air temperatures
would be reduced by 1º to 2º Celsius.
Green roofs save money through energy and resource conservation. Studies done in
Germany, where an estimated 10 percent of all roofs today are green, suggest that green
roofs last two to three times longer than conventional roofs. The long service life of a green
roof means that fewer resources and less energy will be expended in roof replacement.
Green roofs also save money by lowering the cost of interior heating and cooling. One
study found that an average building with a green roof requires 25 percent less cooling in
warm weather and loses 26 percent less heat when the weather is cold. For example, a
commercial facility in Germany with a green roof saved enough money in three years through
lower heating and cooling costs to pay for the cost of installing the roof. The facility also saved
money in equipment costs, since additional cooling towers had become unnecessary. As energy
costs increase, the tenants of buildings with green roofs will undoubtedly reap additional savings.
A city’s livability is as much about the attractiveness of one’s surroundings as it is about
living costs. The aesthetic benefits of green roofs should not be discounted. Green roofs
designed to be parks or gardens can help address a lack of green space in many urban areas.
Some are even used for the small-scale, largely recreational production of edible vegetables.
All this vegetation naturally attracts songbirds, ducks and other waterfowl, butterflies, and
bats. Especially for those whose windows look out over a city’s roofscape---apartment dwellers,
office workers, even patients in high-rise hospitals---a green roof can provide a priceless
connection with nature and the cycle of seasons. On the whole, living roofs add plants into
urban landscapes, making cities more environmentally sound and less stressful, and they do
so in a cost-effective manner.
precept (n):
a basic idea or teaching
are very heavy
thrive mostly in warm climates
are composed of several layers of material
can provide most food a city needs
2. The word one in the passage refers to
(A) a pot or planter
(C) an environmental benefit
(B) a part of a building
(D) a green roof
3. Look at the four squares [ ] that indicate where the following sentence could be added to the passage.
This miniature ecosystem can be built on top of an existing roof, often with structural
modifications to accommodate the extra weight, or incorporated into the construction of
a new building.
Where would the sentence best fit? Choose the square [ ] where the sentence should be added
to the passage.
(A) 1st square
(C) 3rd square
(B) 2nd square
(D) 4th square
4. According to paragraph 2, all of the following are true about modern green roofs EXCEPT
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
they were initially developed in Germany
they were designed to slow water drainage
they were used in Viking settlements
they are found in a few American cities
5. Which of the following best expresses the essential information in the highlighted sentence in the
passage? Incorrect choices change the meaning in important ways or leave out essential information.
(A) They were meant to soak up rainwater in cities that had few natural plants that could catch
water before it over-stressed the sewers.
(B) They were meant to reduce the amount of waste produced by large urban populations
without efficient sewage plants.
(C) They were developed to replace soil and vegetation lost to natural forces like rainwater and to
overdevelopment by urban populations.
(D) They were developed to help water drain faster into the sewers so it would not threaten the
few plants that survived in the city.
particulate (n):
a very small piece or particle
graded (adj):
at an angle; not flat
6. The word filter in the passage is closest in meaning to
(A) producer
(C) cooler
(B) container
(D) cleaner
7. According to paragraph 3, carbon dioxide is
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
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an airborne particulate
an environmental benefit
something a green roof can help control
something a green roof can help make
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TOEFL iBT Practice Test
Reading
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Living Roofs
Reading Section
Creative urban planners continually
seek new ways to make cities more
satisfying places to live.
A) One
versatile tool in this pursuit is the “green
roof,” which draws from fundamental
precepts in architectural design,
horticulture, and urban development.
At its most basic, a green roof system
transforms a conventional roof into a
living roof by adding a waterproof
membrane.
B) The membrane is
then covered with drainage and filter
layers, a growth medium (e.g. soil),
and live plants.
C) A green roof can be built on a flat or graded surface, can be thick or
thin, and can feature a wide range of plant cover, from common lawn grasses, to edible
vegetables, to delicate flowering plants. Familiar rooftop gardens have plants in pots or
planters. A green roof goes further. It is an integral part of a building and one that offers
ecological and economic benefits, as well as aesthetic appeal.
D)
Roofs covered in living plants were used in ancient Mesopotamia for aesthetic purposes
(the famed Hanging Gardens of Babylon), in Viking settlements, and on the American Great
Plains for basic shelter and insulation (sod houses). The green roof as we know it, however, is
a relatively recent creation. The first modern green roofs were developed in Germany during
the late 1960s and early 1970s. Their main function was to slow water drainage that was
straining storm-sewer systems in urban areas where natural vegetation was scarce. The idea
subsequently spread through Europe and made a few inroads into some American cities.
A wide range of environmental benefits can result from the adoption of green roofs.
Preliminary research suggests that living roofs help clean polluted urban air. For example, grass
acts as a natural air filter, removing each day 0.2 kilograms of airborne particulates from the
air per square meter of grass-covered surface. By converting carbon dioxide (CO2) into oxygen
through photosynthesis, plants also help limit the build-up of atmospheric CO2, a greenhouse
gas. One-and-a-half square meters of uncut grass produces enough oxygen per year to meet
the annual oxygen requirement of an average human being.
Rooftop green space in cities also helps mitigate what scientists call the urban heat island
effect. Structures surfaced with conventional building materials---paved roads and black rooftops,
for example---absorb solar radiation and release it into the near-surface environment in the
Directions
This section measures your ability to understand an academic passage in English.
The Reading Section is divided into two separately timed parts.
Most questions are worth 1 point, but the last question in each set is worth more than 1
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Some passages include a word or phrase that is underlined in blue. Definitions or
explanations for underlined words are provided at the end of the passage.
You can skip questions and go back to them later as long as there is time remaining.
You may now begin the Reading Section. In this part, you will read two passages. You will
have forty minutes to read the passages and answer the questions.
When you are ready to continue, go to the next page.
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Compass Classic Readers Level 4 with MP3 CD
Compass Classic Readers Level 5 with MP3 CD
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Adventures of Tom Sawyer
9781599662145
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Alice in Wonderland
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Anne of Green Gables
9781599662206
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Arabian Nights
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Peter Pan
9781599662237
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Railway Children
9781599662114
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Robin Hood
9781599661995
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Secret Garden
9781599662176
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White Fang
9781599662084
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Wizard of Oz
9781599662053
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Level 2 Pack with MP3 CDs (10 Titles)
9784904114155
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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
9781599662442
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Christmas Carol
9781599662534
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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Frankenstein
9781599662503
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King Solomon’s Mines
9781599662329
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Merchant of Venice
9781599662268
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Robinson Crusoe
9781599662381
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Romeo and Juliet
9781599662473
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Time Machine
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Treasure Island
9781599662299
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Level 3 Pack with MP3 CDs (10 Titles)
9784904114162
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Around the World in Eighty Days
9781599662718
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David Copperfield
9781599662565
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Little Women
9781599662657
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Moonstone
9781599662749
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Oliver Twist
9781599662626
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Prisoner of Zenda
9781599662831
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Sense and Sensibility
9781599662800
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Sherlock Holmes
9781599662688
¥960
Tales of Mystery and Imagination
9781599662770
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Thirty-nine Steps
9781599662596
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Level 4 Pack with MP3 CDs (10 Titles)
9784904114179
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Hound of the Baskervilles
9781599663104
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Importance of Being Earnest
9781599663043
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Invisible Man
9781599662923
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Moby Dick
9781599662954
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More Tales of Mystery and Imagination
9781599663135
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Pride and Prejudice
9781599663074
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Shakespeare’s Comedies
9781599662862
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Shakespeare’s Tragedies
9781599662893
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Tale of Two Cities
9781599662985
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Vanity Fair
9781599663012
¥980
Level 5 Pack with MP3 CDs (10 Titles)
9784904114186
¥8,820
Classic American Short Stories
9781599663289
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Classic British Short Stories
9781599663340
¥1,000
Great Expectations
9781599663197
¥1,000
Jane Eyre
9781599663227
¥1,000
Nicholas Nickleby
9781599663371
¥1,000
Phantom of the Opera
9781599663258
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Tess of the D’Urbevilles
9781599663432
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Three Musketeers
9781599663319
¥1,000
War of the Worlds
9781599663401
¥1,000
Wuthering Heights
9781599663166
¥1,000
Level 6 Pack with MP3 CDs (10 Titles)
9784904114193
¥9,000
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36,37
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36,37
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Delta’s Key to the Next Generation TOEFL
Six Practice Tests for the iBT Book with 6CDs
Delta’s Key to the TOEFL iBT Advanced Skil
Practice Revised Edition
Listening Book MP3 CD
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¥2,900
Reading Book
9788966970933
¥2,900
Speaking Book with MP3 CD
9788966970940
¥2,900
Writing Book with MP3 CD
9788966970957
¥2,900
Test Book with MP3 CD
9788966970964
¥2,900
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599665269
¥1,900
Transcripts and Answer Key
9781599665689
¥900
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599665276
¥1,900
Transcripts and Answer Key
9781599665696
¥900
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599665283
¥1,900
Transcripts and Answer Key
9781599665702
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Developing Listening Skills Second Edition 1
Developing Listening Skills Second Edition 2
Developing Listening Skills Second Edition 3
Developing Skills for the TOEFL iBT Second Edition
Developing Skills for the TOEIC Test
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9781599660950
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9781599663531
¥3,800
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9781599663524
¥2,500
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9781599663548
¥2,700
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9781599663555
¥2,500
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9781599665184
¥7,500
Student Book with Removable AK and MP3 CD
9781613524619
¥2,800
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599664088
¥1,800
Transcripts and Answer Key
9781599664101
¥500
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599664095
¥1,800
Transcripts and Answer Key
9781599664118
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Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663845
¥1,600
Teacher's Guide with CD-Rom
9781599665030
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Workbook
9781599663906
¥700
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663852
¥1,600
Teacher's Guide with CD-Rom
9781599665047
¥2,300
Workbook
9781599663913
¥700
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663869
¥1,600
Teacher's Guide with CD-Rom
9781599665054
¥2,300
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9781599663920
¥700
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9781599663876
¥1,600
Teacher's Guide with CD-Rom
9781599665061
¥2,300
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9781599663937
¥700
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English Chest 1
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English Chest 3
English Chest 4
English Chest 5
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9781599663883
¥1,600
Teacher's Guide with CD-Rom
9781599665078
¥2,300
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9781599663944
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9781599663890
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Teacher's Guide with CD-Rom
9781599665085
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9781599663951
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English For Everyday Activities Second Edition
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9781599665412
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9784904114124
¥2,200
64
English You Need for Business
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9781599660592
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English You Need for the Office
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9781932222951
¥2,200
Essay Writing for Beginners 1
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9781599660424
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Essay Writing for Beginners 2
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9781599660431
¥1,900
Essential English Grammar
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9781599666099
¥1,800
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9781599666105
¥1,600
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Everyday English for Hospitality Professionals
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9781599660752
¥1,800
68
English for Restaurant Workers Second Edition
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9781599661506
¥1,900
68
Everyday English for Young People
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9781599660622
¥2,100
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Everyday Survival English
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9781932222470
¥2,100
Extensive Reading for Academic Success Advanced A
Student Book
9781599661209
¥2,200
Extensive Reading for Academic Success Advanced B
Student Book
9781599661216
¥2,200
Extensive Reading for Academic Success Advanced C
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9781599661223
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9781599661230
¥2,200
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Grammar Starter 1
Grammar Starter 2
Grammar Starter 3
Grammar Success 1
Grammar Success 2
Grammar Success 3
Student Book
9781599665351
¥1,500
Workbook
9781599665382
¥500
Student Book
9781599665368
¥1,500
Workbook
9781599665399
¥500
¥1,500
Student Book
9781599665375
Workbook
9781599665405
¥500
Student Book
9781599665610
¥1,500
Workbook
9781599665641
¥500
Student Book
9781599665627
¥1,500
Workbook
9781599665658
¥500
Student Book
9781599665634
¥1,500
Workbook
9781599665665
¥500
Guided Writing 1
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9781613524671
¥1,850
Guided Writing 2
Student Book
9781613524688
¥1,850
Guided Writing 3
Student Book
9781613524695
¥1,850
Hot Topics Japan 1
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9781613525197
¥2,200
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9781613525203
¥2,200
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781613524558
¥2,000
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Issues Now In the News Third Edition
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Jazz English Japanese Edition 1
Student Book with MP3 CD
9784904114100
¥1,980
Jazz English Japanese Edition 2
Student Book with MP3 CD
9784904114117
¥1,980
Just Speak Up 1
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9781599664163
¥1,900
Just Speak Up 2
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9781599664170
¥1,900
Just Speak Up 3
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9781599664187
¥1,900
Listening Drive 1
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9781599665900
¥2,200
Listening Drive 2
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9781613524336
¥2,200
Listening Drive 3
Student Book with Workbook and MP3 CD
9781613524374
¥2,200
Listening Drive 4
Student Book with Workbook and MP3 CD
9781613524411
¥2,200
Listening Jump for Better Speaking 1
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9781599665979
¥1,900
Listening Jump for Better Speaking 2
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9781599665986
¥1,900
Listening Jump for Better Speaking 3
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9781599665993
¥1,900
Listening Practice Through Dictation 1
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9781599661049
¥1,800
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Listening Practice Through Dictation 2
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9781599661056
¥1,800
Listening Practice Through Dictation 3
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9781599661063
¥1,800
Listening Practice Through Dictation 4
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9781599661070
¥1,800
Listening Starter Second Edition 1
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9781613525067
¥1,900
Listening Starter Second Edition 2
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9781613525074
¥1,900
Listening Starter Second Edition 3
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9781613525081
¥1,900
Listening Success 1
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9781599663968
¥1,900
Listening Success 2
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9781599663975
¥1,900
Listening Success 3
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9781599663982
¥1,900
Listening Success 4
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9781599663999
¥1,900
Listening Success 5
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9781599664002
¥1,900
Listening Time 1
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9781599664231
¥1,900
Listening Time 2
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599664248
¥1,900
Listening Time 3
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599664255
¥1,900
Listening to the News 1
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9781599662091
¥2,300
Listening to the News 2
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9781599662121
¥2,300
Listening to the News 3
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599662152
¥2,300
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Mastering Skills for the TOEFL iBT Second Edition
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Listening Book with MP3 CD
9781599663579
¥3,800
Reading Book with MP3 CD
9781599663562
¥2,500
Speaking Book with MP3 CD
9781599663586
¥2,700
Writing Book with MP3 CD
9781599663593
¥2,500
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9781599665191
¥7,500
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More School Subject Readings 1
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9781599663746
¥1,900
More School Subject Readings 2
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663753
¥1,900
More School Subject Readings 3
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663760
¥1,900
Motivate 1
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9781599661827
¥1,900
Motivate 2
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599661858
¥1,900
Reading Builder 1
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9781599660127
¥1,800
Reading Builder 2
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9781599660134
¥1,800
Reading Builder 3
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9781599660141
¥1,800
Reading Challenge Second Edition 1
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9781599665290
¥1,800
Reading Challenge Second Edition 2
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599665306
¥1,800
Reading Challenge Second Edition 3
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599665313
¥1,800
Reading Discovery 1
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9781599666150
¥1,900
Reading Discovery 2
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599666167
¥1,900
Reading Discovery 3
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9781599666174
¥1,900
Reading Drive 1
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9781599665917
¥2,100
Reading Drive 2
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9781613524343
¥2,100
Reading Drive 3
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9781613524381
¥2,100
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9781613524428
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Reading Formula with Note-taking
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9781599663609
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Reading for Speed and Fluency 1
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9781599661001
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Reading for Speed and Fluency 2
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9781599661018
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9781599661025
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Reading for Speed and Fluency 4
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9781599661032
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Reading for the Real World Second Edition Intro
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9781599664194
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Reading for the Real World Second Edition 1
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9781599664200
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Reading for the Real World Second Edition 2
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9781599664217
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¥1,900
Reading for the Real World Second Edition 3
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9781599664224
Reading Jump 1
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9781599666266
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Reading Jump 2
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9781599666273
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Reading Jump 3
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9781599666280
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Reading Jump Plus 1
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9781599666297
¥1,900
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9781599666303
¥1,900
Reading Jump Plus 3
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9781599666310
¥1,900
Reading Lamp 1
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9781599665092
¥1,900
Reading Lamp 2
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9781599665108
¥1,900
Reading Lamp 3
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9781599665115
¥1,900
Reading Shelf 1
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9781599666068
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Reading Shelf 2
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9781599666075
¥1,900
Reading Shelf 3
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9781599666082
¥1,900
Reading Starter Third Edition 1
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9781613525579
¥1,800
Reading Starter Third Edition 2
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9781613525586
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Reading Starter Third Edition 3
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9781613525593
¥1,800
Reading Success Second Edition 1
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9781599666006
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Reading Success Second Edition 2
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9781599666013
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Reading Success Second Edition 3
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9781599666020
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Reading Success Second Edition 4
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9781599666037
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Reading Success Second Edition 5
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9781599666044
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Reading Success Second Edition 6
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9781599666051
¥1,900
Reading Table 1
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9781599665122
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Reading Table 2
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9781599665139
¥1,900
Reading Table 3
Student Book with Workbook and Audio CD
9781599665146
¥1,900
Reading the World Now 1
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9781599662572
¥2,000
Reading the World Now 2
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9781599662602
¥2,000
Reading the World Now 3
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599662633
¥2,000
Reading Time 1
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9781599661445
¥1,800
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Student Book with Audio CD
9781599661452
¥1,800
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9781599661469
¥1,800
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Real Easy Reading Second Edition 1
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9781613524473
¥1,850
Real Easy Reading Second Edition 2
Student Book with Workbook and Audio CD
9781613524480
¥1,850
Real Easy Reading Second Edition 3
Student Book with Workbook and Audio CD
9781613524497
¥1,850
School Subject Readings 1
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663777
¥1,900
School Subject Readings 2
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663784
¥1,900
School Subject Readings 3
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599663791
¥1,900
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Sharpening Skills for the TOEFL iBT 1
Student Book with Audio CDs
9781599660288
¥4,700
Short Articles for Reading Comprehension 1
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599661636
¥1,400
Short Articles for Reading Comprehension 2
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599661643
¥1,400
Short Articles for Reading Comprehension 3
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599661650
¥1,400
Songbirds 125 Favorite Children’s Songs Second
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Song Book with Audio CD
9781599665153
¥1,900
Songbirds Actions, Games & Activities
Activity Book
9781599665160
¥1,500
Songbirds 25 Favorite Christmas Carols Second
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Song Book with Audio CD
9781599665672
¥1,500
Sounds Fun! 1
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9781932222692
¥1,600
Sounds Fun! 2
Student Book with Audio CD
9781932222708
¥1,600
Sounds Fun! 3
Student Book with Audio CD
9781932222715
¥1,600
Sounds Fun! 4
Student Book with Audio CDs
9781932222722
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Sounds Great 1
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9781599665771
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9781599665825
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Reader with Audio CD
9781599666211
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9781599665788
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9781599665832
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9781599666228
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9781599665795
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9781599665849
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Sounds Great 2
Sounds Great 3
Sounds Great 4
Sounds Great 5
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9781599666235
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9781599665801
¥1,800
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9781599665856
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Reader with Audio CD
9781599666242
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Student Book with Hybrid CD
9781599665818
¥1,800
Workbook
9781599665863
¥400
Reader with Audio CD
9781599666259
¥1,200
Speaking by Speaking
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9781599665719
¥1,800
Speaking Drive 1
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9781613524459
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9781613524350
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Speaking Drive 3
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9781613524398
¥2,200
Speaking Drive 4
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9781613524435
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Speaking Time 1
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9781599666181
¥1,700
Speaking Time 2
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9781599666198
¥1,700
Speaking Time 3
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9781599666204
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9781599665436
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9781599665443
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9781599665450
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9781599665467
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Speaking Tutor 3A
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9781599665474
¥2,200
Speaking Tutor 3B
Student Book with Audio CD
9781599665481
¥2,200
Starter TOEIC Third Edition
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9781613524589
¥2,600
Super Easy Reading Second Edition 1
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9781613525128
¥1,600
Super Easy Reading Second Edition 2
Student Book with Hybrid CD
9781613525135
¥1,600
Super Easy Reading Second Edition 3
Student Book with Hybrid CD
9781613525142
¥1,600
Taking the TOEIC 1
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9781613524596
¥2,600
Taking the TOEIC 2
Student Book with Removable AK and MP3 CD
9781613524602
¥2,600
Student Book with MP3 CD
9781599664019
¥1,700
Answer Key
9781599664309
¥300
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Talk About Travel Second Edition
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Target Listening
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9781599664972
¥2,100
Student Book 2 with MP3 CD
9781599664996
¥2,100
Practice Tests Book 1 with MP3 CD
9781599664989
¥1,900
Practice Tests Book 2 with MP3 CD
9781599665009
¥1,900
Practice Tests Book 3 with MP3 CD
9781599665016
¥1,900
Practice Tests Book 4 with MP3 CD
9781599665023
¥1,900
Target TOEIC Second Edition
Student Book with Removable AK and MP3 CD
9781613524633
¥2,800
Teaching English to Young Learners
Teacher Development Book with Audio CD
9781599660967
¥1,900
Trainer's Handbook
9781599660295
¥1,900
Student Book with Removable AK and MP3 CD
9781613524626
¥2,700
Very Easy Reading Third Edition 1
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9781613525159
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Very Easy Reading Third Edition 2
Student Book with Hybrid CD
9781613525166
¥1,700
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Student Book with Hybrid CD
9781613525173
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TOEIC Analyst Second Edition
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Very Easy Reading Third Edition 4
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Very Easy TOEIC Second Edition
Student Book with Removable AK and Audio CDs
9781613524572
¥2,400
日本語版とってもかんたんTOEIC
Student Book with Audio CDs
9784904114094
¥2,400
Very Easy Writing 1
Student Book with Removable AK and Audio CD
9781599662244
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Very Easy Writing 2
Student Book with Removable AK and Audio CD
9781599662275
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Very Easy Writing 3
Student Book with Removable AK and Audio CD
9781599662305
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Writing Drive 1
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9781613524466
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Writing Drive 2
Student Book with Workbook
9781613524367
¥2,100
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Student Book with Workbook
9781613524404
¥2,100
Writing Drive 4
Student Book with Workbook and MP3 CD
9781613524442
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What Should Every EFL Teacher Know?
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Write On 1
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9781599662879
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9781599662909
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Write On 3
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9781599662930
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Writing Bright 1
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9781599661940
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Writing Bright 2
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Writing Bright 3
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Writing for Fun! (Handwriting Practice)
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Writing Starter Second Edition 1
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Writing Starter Second Edition 2
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Brave Tin Soldier
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Hansel and Gretel
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How Red Bird Got His Color
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Noah's Ark
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Selfish Giant
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Three Goats
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Three Little Pigs
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Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
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Two Frogs
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Fir Tree
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How Bear Lost His Tail
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Jack and Magic Beans
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Nutcracker
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Puss in Boots
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Sleeping Beauty
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Son Who Came Home
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Trojan Horse
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Woodman and the Ax
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Diamonds and Toads
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Hans Brinker
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Heidi
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Magic Swan
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Nightingale and the Rose
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Three Bears
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Enchanted Castle
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Fairy Gifts
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Fish and the Ring
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Gulliver's Travels
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Ivan the Fool
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Lady or the Tiger?
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Little Princess
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King Arthur and the Black Knight
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Last Lesson
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Legend of Sleepy Hollow
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Little Lord Fauntleroy
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Battle of Red Cliff
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Count of Monte Cristo
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Hollow Needle
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Hunchback of Notre Dame
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Ivanhoe
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Last Leaf
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